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The blood tests and the smear will both show STIs and if you weren't told this when they were done you should find another health care provider as as far as I am aware doing these tests without informed consent constitutes assault.
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Answer About 12-14 days after ovulation is safe (about 2-4 days before your period is due) ~pawsalmighty
Answer Most women ovulate every month yes. Women who experience irregular periods may not ovulate every month or women with fertility problems can sometimes miss… a month of ovulation.
Answer aqNo, a pap smear is used to determine cancerous cells and other abnormalities in the soft tissue. To determine pregnancy you will need either a urine tes…t or to be more accurate a blood test.
You can usually get results the next day
Had a pap smear blood tests and urine tests and they have all come back negative for STD does that mean?
its means you do not have an STD that was tested with pap, blood or urine testing. You may have other STIs that were not tested for or for which tests aren't available. Talk w…ith your health care provider regarding the exact testing that was done, and what testing was not. (For instance, testing for herpes is usually not helpful unless a patient has a sore, and testing for HPV infection isn't available.)
9 days past ovulation would be the soonest, but it is best to wait 14 days past ovulation.
Many local health departments offer these. Look under the "government" section of your phone book and give them a call. If they don't do it, you would likely have to go …to a physician or midwife.
A pap smear should not be performed on a woman during her period. If there is blood from the pap smear, it is in most cases because there has been a contact bleed from th…e gathering of the samples. Some cervix cells can be quite sensitive and the collection of cells from the instruments can cause a bit of bleeding. This is not bad at all. It is good though if the clinicial lets the woman know and a panty liner be offered as the woman may notice spotting afterwards. :)
I will be completely honest with you, it depends upon the doctor. I have had one doctor who did it to where it was "barely" uncomfortable at all and another doctor that I flin…ched because it was slightly painful. A flu shot hurts much worse. It is not so much a pain factor as just an uncomfortable factor, but it usually happens really fast so don't stress about it too much. After the first one, the just get easier because you know what to expect. Just be sure to relax so that it causes less pressure against your vaginal canal.
Depends on where you go to get your blood done if you go to the hospital maybe only a couple hours and you would find out the next day, But if it was like a family doctor mayb…e two weeks. If test is done at the doctor's office, the results are available less than an hour. If they send it to another location, results should be available at the latest, the next day.
You really should ask the doctor who gave that message. He's the one following your pregnancy and can give you all the answers.
They take a blood test so they can see what your hcg levels are. Your levels get higher the farther along you are. A blood test can determine pregnancy alot sooner than a urin…e test and is also more accurate.
It depends on the Dr. Most perform urine and blood tests first and if one or both return positive then you would receive an ultrasound.
doctors typically draw blood from veins because veins are more superficial (ie close to the surface of the skin) and therefore more easily accessible. additionally, arteries a…re under high pressure and there is a risk of major bleeding. lastly, you have less collateral circulation with arteries than veins. what that means is this (let's use your arm as an example): there are many different veins in your forearm that lets blood get from your hand back to your heart, so damaging any one of these veins isn't a big deal. however, there are only two arteries in your forearm that supplies blood to your hand (the radial and ulnar arteries). Arterial blood is sampled from the radial artery because it's bigger and more easily accessible. However, damaging this artery can be catastrophic if the ulnar artery is not well developed, because then your hand is not getting enough blood, and it can become gangrenous and die (this is a vascular emergency). That is why doctors will do an Allen's test (look it up on google... you can even try it on yourself) before doing an arterial stick to make sure you have good blood flow through your ulnar artery that can sustain your hand in case the radial artery is destroyed with the arterial stick. so for these reasons, doctors don't do an arterial blood draw unless they really need one, and the one test that comes to mind where you absolutely need arterial blood is the arterial blood gas test. this test is used when doctors need to know the oxygen saturation and pH of the arterial blood, typically in patients with respiratory failure and sometimes in type 1 diabetics with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA).
yeah , but it depends on how many days are inbetween the blood test and the use of it . it's the same for any drug
If you are pregnant it will show up on a blood test even faster then the at home testing method. HCG levels are easier to read from your blood levels.