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How Accurate Are Pap Tests?

There’s so much propaganda promoting pap tests as safe, effective, and life-saving that it can come as a shock to discover fact-based information that states otherwise. 188 more words

Pap Test

Abnormal Pap smear. HPV infection. Now what?

A Pap smear is a screening test for cervical cancer. It alerts doctors to the presence of suspicious cells on your cervix. Women who have an abnormal Pap smear such as ASCUS are often told to wait and repeat the Pap in 6 to 12 months’ time. 587 more words

Nutrition

Vagina Doctor

It’s one thing to say you don’t want to have children, or to actually not want them; it’s wholly different to be unable to have them. 583 more words

Yearly Pap Smears and Mammograms

An estimated 61 million women had at least one Pap smear in the year 2000.  Yearly pap smears can be beneficial for your overall health, making them all the more important for all women to take advantage of them.   569 more words

Womb Scratch

What is a womb scratch?
Could there be a more terrifying sounding term than “womb scratch”? It is the process whereby doctors make a tiny scratch to the endometrial lining to stimulate fresher, healthier cell production and increased white blood cells to the area. 829 more words

Perimenopause?

So, I went to the doctor and had nearly ever test in the vaginal irritation arsenal done.  Negative, zip, nodda, normal.  My unusual discharge and itchy inspired me to write the blog post, “ 254 more words

Female

You have HPV.

I was pregnant with me first child, newly married as of three months, and working on our newly purchased home.  My first pap test came back abnormal and I was referred to a medical professional who specialized in female reproductive organs.   490 more words

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