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Painful Pap Smear

A painful pap smear is a very rare thing; it hapens if the disorder is already serious and every touch causes pain; some disorders can lead even to infertility, if not treated imediately, but others, such as ASCUS can disappear on their own. Women who have ever had Papanicolaou test report discomfort during the procedure and may complain of a feeling of pressure. It this happens, a doctor should be notified immediately. The procedure is safe and does not cause any pain. A painful pap smear is a very rare thing; it hapens if the disorder is already serious and every touch causes pain; some disorders can lead even to infertility, if not treated imediately, but others, such as ASCUS can disappear on their own.

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Painful Pap Smear

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Infertility, ASCUS

Test results take about 7-10 days to be ready. By scraping gently the walls of the cervix, a doctor will take a few cells and put them on a slide for close examination. Women having this test are offered to lie on a table with the feet being in the stirrups and the knees close to the chest. A painful pap smear is a very rare thing; it hapens if the disorder is already serious and every touch causes pain; some disorders can lead even to infertility, if not treated imediately, but others, such as ASCUS can disappear on their own.

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