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After you've settled on an OB-GYN and know where you will be delivering your bundle of joy, you'll probably have a lot of questions.
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Going to see the gynecologist can be a super vulnerable experience. Not only are you openly chatting about your body and sexual history with another person, but then there’s the oh-so-enjoyable pap smear — a procedure where your OB-GYN collects a sampling of cells from the cervix to check for anything