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    Abnormal pap smear
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    bscholz9206 posted:
    I had an abnormal pap smear and am going to go see an OBGYN in a few weeks.I am very concerned about what she is going to do,and I am very scared about them finding cancer,which I know is very slim but I am going to worry.When I made my appointment the nurse said that she will probably just do another pap smear and see what it shows.I am thinking the reason it came back abnormal is because when I had it done I had a really bad yeast infection.
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