What? Did I just say “pap smear?” I mean, no, because I did NOT say that. I said “pap smear.
So when your doctor tells you they’re about to do a pap smear, you don’t say pap smear. You say pap smear. Because that’s a word so old that it’s sort of a relic of an age where a pap smear was a part of pregnancy that the doctor was basically supposed to call an “abnormal baby.” Now that’s pretty old.
So what are you talking about? I don’t know what your doctor is talking about I think they need to go back to the drawing board. My doctor and I had a very intense conversation about our own abnormal pregnancies today. My doctor told me that while I have a very unique pregnancy, I don’t have a unique abnormal pregnancy. I’ve had two abnormal pregnancies before, but I have never had an abnormal pregnancy. This is not an abnormal pregnancy. It’s just a word.
It seems in the past few years it has become very clear that normal pregnancies are not uncommon. While doctors are now saying they dont know why abnormal pregnancies are so common, they are doing what they can to get people to understand that they are not. They are not uncommon, but normal pregnancies are now being taught that normal pregnancies are abnormal when they start to produce a child that has a severe birth defect, developmental delay, or any other condition that normally would not be there.
Normal pregnancies are not normal for the same reason that abnormal pregnancies are abnormal. Normal pregnancies can be normal and healthy, but they can also be abnormal. The difference is that abnormal pregnancies produce a child that is significantly different from the average.
This is one of the most common reasons that women ask me why I have a routine Pap smear. My answer is always the same: because I want to know about problems with my ovaries and what’s making them change. I find it useful for other reasons too, such as providing information about abnormal growths and development.
This is the reason we have a routine Pap smear. It helps to determine if I have any abnormalities in my ovaries which could lead to future infertility. If I do, I may be able to get pregnant through egg retrieval. I’ve had many women tell me that they used to have to go through a similar procedure, but no longer do.
The reason we have a Pap smear is because we think there are problems with our ovaries and we want to fix that. But what we don’t realize is that there is a very high chance that pregnancy would be impossible if we end up with a cancerous tumor. The chances of a problem with your ovaries that would lead to infertility are very small.
At this point it’s only a matter of time before we start seeing articles and websites claiming that the chances of pregnancy through egg retrieval without any problems are very small. This is especially true if the woman is overweight, has a family history of cancer, and has an abnormal Pap smear. It’s an unfortunate fact that a lot of women are not informed about this, and can be seriously harmed if they do.
Well, I have a very large uterus and I’m sure there are plenty of women that would be willing to bear babies with abnormally shaped uteruses if they would be told their ovaries were not working properly. But it’s not like I don’t know how to care for my uterus. I’m also not the kind of woman to be seen in public with a very large uterus.