New blood pressure recommendations by age were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2014 and reported on widely, including articles from Harvard Medical School and the AARP. These sources reported that blood pressure guidelines for people over 60 could be relaxed slightly.
It can take up to three weeks for a provider to receive the results of a Pap test back from the lab, according to WebMD. Normal results indicate that there is no need for further testing, while abnormal results require follow-up testing.
A Pap smear, also known as a Pap test, is a routine procedure that checks for cervical cancer in women, according to Mayo Clinic. The test involves scraping the cervix gently to collect cells, then analyzing those cells for abnormalities.
According to WebMd, the Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator is the basis for the recommended height and weight scale. The BMI is used to calculate all weight guidelines for people over the age of 20. The CDC provides a separate BMI calculator for people younger than 19.
According to a Cornell University Web page, the Pap smear, or Pap test, is named after Dr. Papanicolaou, known as Dr. Pap, who became a member of the university's Department of Anatomy in 1914. Papanicolaou developed the Pap smear.
A pap smear is not expected to hurt, but some women have reported that they sometimes cause discomfort and pressure, as stated by Kidshealth. A pap smear is a procedure that is used to find out if there is any problem in a woman's cervix.
As of 2014, there is not an agreed upon age range for middle age, but age ranges commonly used are 45 to 65 and 40 to 60. Middle age encompasses the two age categories between 35 and 54 on the U.S. Census.
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According to MedicineNet, vaginal bleeding occurs after a tiny brush used during a Pap smear scratches the cervix's fragile lining. The scratching and subsequent bleeding are no cause for worry. This sort of bleeding requires no intervention to stop. If the bleeding stems from the Pap test, it is li
An abnormal Pap smear means that there are cell changes in the cervix that do not look normal. Changes in cells of the cervix may be due to the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease that can be a risk factor for cervical cancer. Although a Pap smear may be abnormal, it is not an