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Pap Smear Preparation

Pap Smear Preparation

There are obligatory pap smear preparation for making precise results; urinary infection cannot be detected with this test, but vaginal disorders from ASCUS to cervical cancer can be discovered. Restrain from sex within 24 hours before the test, as this can cause a few cells look abnormal. Douching and taking vaginal medicines as well as jellies and creams may also confuse test results, as these items may influence the size and shape of the cells. There are obligatory pap smear preparation for making precise results; urinary infection cannot be detected with this test, but vaginal disorders from ASCUS to cervical cancer can be discovered.

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Pap Smear Preparation

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Urinary Infection, ASCUS

True results are usually received within 12-14 days after the last menstruation day. The procedure is best to perform when a woman does not have menses. Before having the test, women are advised to take certain steps to avoid false positive results. There are obligatory pap smear preparation for making precise results; urinary infection cannot be detected with this test, but vaginal disorders from ASCUS to cervical cancer can be discovered.

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