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A Pap test, or Pap smear, checks for changes in the cells of the cervix the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina.

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A Pap test can tell if you have abnormal unhealthy cervical cells ,cervical cancer or have an infection. How often you should get a Pap test depends on your pastage, of sexual partners, and lifestyle. There have been changes to cervical cancer screening Pap test guidelines in Ontario.

Screening is recommended for women ages at 21 years and older until the age of 70, for all women who are or ever have been sexually active. For more information visit Ontario Cancer Care. First you'll undress from the waist down.

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Then you'll lie on your back on the examining table with your knees supported in "stirrups" at the bottom the table. Your doctor will then ask you to spread your knees apart to make your genital area easier to see. There are four parts to a pelvic exam: the external examthe speculum examthe Pap testand the bimanual exam.

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External Exam During the external exam the doctor will inspect your vulva external genitals for redness, rashes or sores. Speculum Exam Next, the doctor will gently insert a metal or plastic instrument called a "speculum" into your vagina.

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The speculum opens your vagina up so the doctor can see your cervix and walls of your vagina. The doctor will then swab the inner walls of your vagina to test for possible infections. Pap Test During the Pap test, the doctor will gently scrape cells from the surface of your cervix.

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The sample of these cells will be sent to a laboratory to be examined. You'll receive your in about 2 weeks. Bimanual Exam Finally, your doctor will check your uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes for any abnormalities by putting two gloved fingers inside your vagina and pressing his or her other hand on your abdomen.

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Your pelvic exam shouldn't be painful, though you might feel some pressure during the speculum and bimanual exams. You also might feel the urge to 'resist' the insertion of your doctor's fingers or the speculum. Relaxing your body, breathing deeply and slightly bearing down will make all this more comfortable for you!

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For the most accuratetry to schedule your pelvic exam two weeks after the start of your period.

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