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Pap Smear During Pregnancy

Pap Smear During Pregnancy

A pap smear during pregnancy can show abnormalities, but if a woman has plantar wart, condyloma or other problems, no operation should be performed before the delivery. In fact, Papanicolaou test is recommended as part of prenatal care. Once the baby is born, any abnormalities (if they have been revealed) can be managed. There may appear mild spotting after the procedure has been performed, yet there is nothing to worry about. A pap smear during pregnancy can show abnormalities, but if a woman has plantar wart, condyloma or other problems, no operation should be performed before the delivery.

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Pap Smear During Pregnancy

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Plantar Wart, Condyloma

Scrapes are taken from the womb and are sent to be examined under a microscope. This procedure is considered safe and in no way can harm a fetus. This procedure is recommended for pregnant women to determine any abnormalities and manage them in due time. A pap smear during pregnancy can show abnormalities, but if a woman has plantar wart, condyloma or other problems, no operation should be performed before the delivery.

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