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    I need to ask what may be a silly question.
    I'm going for a Pap smear next week - if I happen to have conceived beforehand would it damage the bub or ruin chances of conceiving?
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    Quote Originally Posted by c386 View Post
    I need to ask what may be a silly question.
    I'm going for a Pap smear next week - if I happen to have conceived beforehand would it damage the bub or ruin chances of conceiving?
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    Just tell them beforehand that you're actively TTC. I don't think it should, I mean it's just a cervical swab?


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    Hi again all- thanks for the welcomes

    CD 7 here now and ready to give this all another shot! AF didn't last quite as long this time, but I might put that down to AF being different due to not having IUD in. I have started recording CM and cervix position for the heck of it, and will start with the OPK in 6 days. That'll probably mean O is some time around DD's birthday!

    c386: Ugh, paps! I have to go for one I s'pose. I had one when I was preg with DD and they jsut did a shallow one. I second what Shrillian said though- probably just let them know and they will decide if it is okay or not? Although I did read somewhere that you're not supposed to BD the day or two before a pap to avoid obscuring results.

    Crumblebee: Hope you get your mail on Monday and get to test! Good luck

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    It's actually mixed reports on whether it's okay or not I think. When it's super early it would be fine. As pp's have said just bring it up.

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    cd 13 and waiting to o...

    ugh. Pap smears...I was lucky this time as I got them to do it while I was having my myomectomy, so was under anaesthesia.... one less trauma I had to experience haha

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    Papa when pregnant are fine in early pregnancy. We often do them at the first doctors visit in the public system - usually up to around 16 weeks, sometimes a bit later if they are at a higher risk and need one done. If you're so early on ie a few days, it shouldn't make a difference. But definitely don't have sex in the 2 days leading up to it as both sperm and condom lubricant can skew the results. Not to mention if it's a good session things might be a little more sensitive and tender

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    I'm not due my pap smear till mid next year now , I hadn't even thought about that.

    I am cramping a bit.. so not ruling out AF turning up even though shes super late, had a tiny bit of brown discharge on wiping tonight sorry about TMI but it freaked me out. Apparently I've turned into an air head though lol. I've been nauseous day and night too. I am just worried I am imagining it all! Looking forward to testing, I think!

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    Crumble - if your test comes back negative....I will be very surprised!!

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    Me too.. but I don't want to get too excited yet....

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    @CrumbleBee ahhhh fx! Xxx

    Thank you ladies for answering my questions!
    I just wanted to be BDing every second day this month and that will throw it out


 

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