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Fear, pain while having sex. Advised pap smear. Possible to have intercourse without pain?

Hello, I have a question and it is a bit embarassing to ask my regular doctor. I am a 26 year old female and I am a virgin . My boyfriend and I have been together for a long time but every time I try to have sex I panic a lot and it hurts. I know that my doctor wants to do a pap smear on me asap because of my age but I am really afraid of how it s going to feel. I may sound ignorant but I m not sure if this is necessary for someone who is not sexually active. Secondly, if I do get a pap smear, once I have it done, will having sex after that make it easier for him to enter me without so much pain?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Hello,

Actually Pap smear doesn't completely fit into your complains.But doctor must have suspected something.
Pap smear won't help in making intercourse painless but this help in planning treatment.But there is no harm in getting pap smear done.

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Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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