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ana81386
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Next week I have to go for my first gyno visit. (I know its nothing big, but I'm still nervous.)

What exactly should I do to "clean up"?


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Bobolink
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Just wash with soap and water as you usually would. You may wish to read this:

Your First Gynecologist Visit

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