Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 12:34 AM
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 12:45 AM
A friend of mine wanted to be tested for everything (even though she'd only had sex once and only a week earlier with a condom - she's paranoid) and her doctor refused to give her a papsmeer because she knew it would be too uncomfortable for her.
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 01:29 AM
the speculum can be really uncomfortable, but it's worse if you're not relaxed, as is sex too. though when you're sexually aroused your vagina will expand and deepen and you'll get wetter to get you ready for sex. when you're at the doc, you're probably tense... so it might help to try and relax. do you use tampons? do you masturbate with something inside you (fingers or something else)? that could help you learn how to relax. take deep breaths and try to relax your muscles next time
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 04:04 AM
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 05:19 AM
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 08:29 AM
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 02:32 PM
hurry n change it
were you talking to me?... i checked my profile and it's all correct... but i also get random updates to my subscribed threads sometimes in my email even though i have that turned off... i wonder if somebody's using my account and so it changes when they're on... or if that's even possible... hmm
oh and thank you i try to be helpful when i can
Posted Wed Mar 07, 2007 02:44 PM
Posted Wed Jun 06, 2007 08:42 PM
There is a way to do it "tactifully" (that's probably not a word in the english dictionary)..
Without stating too much of my past experiences........... INTERVIEW THE DOCTORS regardless of their speciality before you become a patient.
`speaking from a previous experience being married to a physician`.
Posted Thu Jun 07, 2007 02:16 AM
Posted Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:24 AM
The Pap (not pep) test, also called a Pap smear, checks for changes in the cells of the cervix. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus (womb) that opens into the vagina (birth canal). The Pap test can tell if you have an infection, abnormal (unhealthy) cervical cells, or cervical cancer.