When you’re pregnant, you can get the Pap test paper without the test

What you need to know about pap tests and the results they produce.

article The pap test is a highly sensitive test that allows the doctor to look for cancer and other diseases in the cervix and uterus.

It is usually administered as a routine examination for the first time during the first trimester.

It can be performed during a routine visit to a doctor, or it can be done on a visit to the doctor’s office after a patient has a cesarean section.

If you have a previous ceserectomy or an ectopic pregnancy, you may be able to get a pap test without the testing if you have symptoms of infection, and you have been treated well for the procedure.

To get a Pap test, you must be over the age of 21, have not had a previous pap test in the last year, and have been symptom-free for at least 48 hours after the initial Pap test.

To be eligible, you will need to provide proof of a diagnosis and symptoms, such as bleeding or spotting, that you are a carrier for cervical cancer.

The procedure is often done in a doctor’s clinic or at a doctor or other health care provider.

You can get a paper sample of the pap test paper and a sample of your own cervix, cervix sample, or cervix biopsy (which is the tissue from the inside of your cervix that’s collected for Pap tests).

This is the easiest way to get your sample, but if you don’t have the money to pay for a lab or hospital test, the results of a Pap-test can be obtained in your office by calling the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at 1-800-CDC-INFO or online at nchs.gov.

Your doctor will need your name, date of birth, sex, age, and whether you are carrying a pregnancy.

You will need the Pap-Test paper to help you determine whether you have the disease, such the cervical cancer or cervical cancer in your cervicovix.

You should also get the results on a paper or computer scan if you are being tested for cervical adenocarcinoma (CA), cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN), or cervical adeno-associated virus (CAIV).

If you do not have a sample or the paper, your doctor may order a lab test and/or a CT scan.

Both of these tests can help you figure out whether you carry the disease or are not a carrier.

If both tests are negative, you cannot get a test for cervical disease.

If your doctor determines that you do have the cancer or you do carry the infection, the Pap and/ or CT scan will determine if the cancer has spread.

If they find no sign of the cancer, you might be able for an emergency Pap test to determine whether the disease has been cleared.

If the results show that you have not been cleared, your Pap test result will indicate whether you will receive a Pap or CT test, and your doctor will then decide whether to administer the test.

It takes about 2 to 3 days to receive a paper test result.

If it is negative, the test can take a few days longer to be completed.

For more information on the Pap tests and how to get results, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

To learn more about how to use the Pap Test, visit NCHS.gov/pap.

For a list of medical providers that offer the Paptest, visit www.cdc.gov or call 1-888-232-2343.

You may also contact your local health department, health insurance company, or the National Cancer Institute (NCI).

For more on health care for pregnant women, visit nch.gov/.