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Having a pap smear and sex is not recommended during the same day, as it may alter the results of the test; to detect urinary infection, genital wart, cervical dysplasia and cancer, additional tests are performed. Therefore, women should follow recommendations and avoid sexual relations for a while. These liquids may affect a few cells and make them look unusual for 24-48 hours. During intercourse, there occurs ejaculation that results in semen and other male liquids getting in the cervix. Having a pap smear and sex is not recommended during the same day, as it may alter the results of the test; to detect urinary infection, genital wart, cervical dysplasia and cancer, additional tests are performed.

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Urinary Infection, Genital Wart

Refraining from intercourse 24 hours before having the procedure is one of the preparation steps that should be followed to avoid false positive results. Traditionally, doctors advise to prepare to Papanicolaou test thoroughly to exclude factors that could alter test results. Having a pap smear and sex is not recommended during the same day, as it may alter the results of the test; to detect urinary infection, genital wart, cervical dysplasia and cancer, additional tests are performed.

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