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Pap Smear Period

A pap smear period result can be not correct; to detect vaginosis and other disorders it is recommended to have a test after the period; abnormal vaginal discharge can be a reason to have a test. Test results are usually done 7 to 10 days after the examination. Refrain from the use of vaginal creams and jellies for more accurate results. Women are also advised to avoid sex and douching 24-48 hours before pelvic examination, as this can lead to changes in the cells and make them look abnormal. A pap smear period result can be not correct; to detect vaginosis and other disorders it is recommended to have a test after the period; abnormal vaginal discharge can be a reason to have a test.

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Vaginosis, Vaginal Discharge

Ideally, the test should be performed within 10-14 days into the cycle started from the first day. Menstruating women should not have pelvic examination as well as three days prior or after the menses. When planning an appointment for Papanicolaou test, some factors should be taken into consideration. A pap smear period result can be not correct; to detect vaginosis and other disorders it is recommended to have a test after the period; abnormal vaginal discharge can be a reason to have a test.

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