It is considered safe up to 24 weeks of pregnancy, but what happens if it's abnormal? They can't treat you until after you've had the baby, so better to do it beforehand just in case when you can.
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09-06-2014 14:01 #11Senior Member
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09-06-2014 15:12 #12
Like others have said, get it done now. I had a pap at my first appointment for early pregnancy and I ended up having a miscarriage. It always made me wonder if the pap had contributed to my loss.
09-06-2014 18:53 #13
Pap smears shouldn't affect the pregnancy but it can happen. your cervical cells do change during pregnancy making it hard to see if any issues so my advice is just do it beforehand
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