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Before a pap smear intercourse should be avoided, as it can alter the result of a pap smear; vaginitis and cervical dysplasia are very important to treat on the early stage. Doctors still try to eliminate any possibility of getting confused test results and advise women avoid sex, douching, and vaginal jellies 24 hours before the procedure. However, the amount of cells that could be altered during ejaculation is very small and a woman may have normal Papanicolaou results even after having been with a man. Before a pap smear intercourse should be avoided, as it can alter the result of a pap smear; vaginitis and cervical dysplasia are very important to treat on the early stage.

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Pap Smear Intercourse

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Pap Smear, Vaginitis

Therefore, doctors insist on women restraining from sex 24 hours before having Papanicolaou test. During sexual contacts, semen and liquids produced in male organism get into the vagina and can make cells found in the cervix look abnormal for some time. Before a pap smear intercourse should be avoided, as it can alter the result of a pap smear; vaginitis and cervical dysplasia are very important to treat on the early stage.

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