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Spotting After Pap Smear

Light spotting after pap smear, cryotherapy and some other procedures are possible, as the cervix is affected. All sexually active women should have this test annually. The procedure is simple and painless, yet is one of the most effective means to determine any changes in the cells of the cervix and the vagina. A small amount of bleeding may occur after the test, which should not worry a woman. Light spotting after pap smear, cryotherapy and some other procedures are possible, as the cervix is affected.

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Spotting After Pap Smear

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Cryotherapy, Cervix

This is totally wrong, as Papanicolaou test is safe and can be performed even during pregnancy. A common disbelief is that Papanicolaou test during which a sample of tissue from the cervix is taken is that female reproductive organs can be damaged with. Light spotting after pap smear, cryotherapy and some other procedures are possible, as the cervix is affected.

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