It doesn't matter what you wear but it does matter that you have never had one before , I thought most doctors did one as part of the 6 week checkup or at least asked you if you have had one done. I like to use the womens health service for paps as there is only women doctors and paps is all they do.
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15-08-2012 10:47 #21Senior Member
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15-08-2012 12:02 #22
I don't even think about what to wear, just go in my everyday clothes. I do however make sure to put on a panty liner. They use lube to get the speculum inserted, so that can be messy afterwards. As for grooming, PPs are right- the Dr will not even notice. Tidy up if it makes you more comfortable, but I wouldn't go to any trouble.
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