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Pap Smear While Pregnant

It is harmless to have a pap smear while pregnant, as it's important to detect human papilloma virus on early stages, as it can lead to miscarriage. If detected early, disease is easier to treat and is cured in the shortest time possible. Treatment course is offered soon after the baby has been born. If abnormalities have been found, a doctor will consider colposcopy, which is also safe in expectant mothers. It is harmless to have a pap smear while pregnant, as it's important to detect human papilloma virus on early stages, as it can lead to miscarriage.

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Pap Smear While Pregnant

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Human Papilloma Virus, Miscarriage

Papanicolaou test is simply a scrape taken from the walls of the cervix to be examined in a lab. Pregnant women should not be afraid of performing Papanicolaou test, as the procedure is absolutely safe and harms neither maternal health, nor the baby. It is harmless to have a pap smear while pregnant, as it's important to detect human papilloma virus on early stages, as it can lead to miscarriage.

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