Chrissy Teigen Gets Candid About Pap Smears And Breast Exams As She Shares Photo From Gynecologist's Office

Chrissy Teigen Gets Candid About Pap Smears And Breast Exams As She Shares Photo From Gynecologist's Office
Credit: Source: Chrissy Teigen/Instagram

Chrissy Teigen has never been one to shy away from social media and it seems no subject is off-limits for the 34-year-old mother of two to discuss with her 30.4 million Instagram followers. Now, Chrissy is going viral for sharing a photo of herself where she is not wearing any clothes and only covered with a tissue-paper, hospital gown as she encouraged her followers to get pap smears and breast exams. Chrissy wore a black face mask, had her hair piled up in a classic bun, and flashed a peace sign as she sat in the doctor's chair with one knee bent.  During the Coronavirus lockdown, many non-emergency services and procedures were closed. States began lifting rules and regulations and many places reopened to the public and allowed a variety of procedures. California is undergoing a resurgence of Coronavirus cases and at this point, it is unclear if doctors will remain open to non-essential treatments and services.

Chrissy recently underwent surgery to have her breast implants removed so it is possible that she scheduled a pap smear during a follow-up visit. However; across the nation, many people are rescheduling or delaying non-essential appointments, especially if they live in an area deemed a hotbed for Coronavirus. Fortunately for Chrissy, she had her breast removal surgery while she could and it appears she is taking care of her health before a second possible lockdown occurs.

Chrissy shared the following message along with her photo.

don’t forget to keep up with your paps and have your boobs touched even though the world is ending!!

What do you think about Chrissy Teigen's photo? Do you think she is revealing too much information or do you think it is appropriate to share photos from the gynecologist's office?

Are you going to heed Chrissy Teigen's advice and schedule routine and non-essential health procedures at this time? Are you worried that the recent surge in Coronavirus cases may cause doctors to stop seeing patients for non-emergency services?

Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities , entertainment , and fashion . Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.

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