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    I never even think about what i wear to a pap smear.

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    Default What to wear to a pap smear...

    My female GP said she does 10 a day. Just go however you would normally dress.

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    i tend to wear a skirt/dress, as I feel less exposed pulling the skirt up then taking pants off IYkWIM.

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    A mask , and definitley a shower beforehand, usually a trim too.

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    Default What to wear to a pap smear...

    Quote Originally Posted by Moosie View Post
    I'm not fussed on what I 'wear', but I do insist on going freshly showered. I wouldn't rock up for my smear after a long day at work for example.
    I'm the same, much prefer to go freshly showered.

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    Nah, I just wear what ever. No need to dress up really. Not really trying to impress anyone.

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    The doctor should give you a sheet to cover yourself so it doesn't matter what you wear - you won't have to lay there totally exposed.

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    Wouldn't 'tidy up' or anything.

    I do tend to wear skirts to pap smears, just because it means removing less clothing (not that I'm worried about feeling exposed, but because I don't want to be bothered taking off pants, potentially shoes etc.).

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    Default Re: What to wear to a pap smear...

    I wear a long skirt I feel less exposed.

    I do a bit of a tidy myself because that makes me feel comfortable. But rationally I know they've seen it ALLLLLLLLL before.

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    just what every i'm wearing so would usually be a shirt and shorts. i only ever wear cotton undies anyway. and i have to be freshly showered otherwise i feel a bit gross


 

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