It's a weird one, getting swabbed. It's impersonal, it hurts a lot, and then you're alone with the results. Alone, alone, alone. For those asking when the story originally ran, Eve's "decision" to get a pap smear had nothing to do with Park's visit - just a mundane part of life, with mundane complications, for a sexually active person on birth control.
I wanted the close-up on Eve to mirror the kind of pain she suffers this whole arc: the pain of her past, the betrayal of her own body, and maybe - on a distant, sun-drenched horizon - the pain of others.