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Pap Smear Testing

With pap smear testing it is possible to detect human papillomavirus, but not urethritis. Women who have been diagnosed negative (with no abnormalities revealed) three times in a row and those who are not sexually active may take the smear less frequently. Papanicolaou smears are started at the age of 18 years old or sooner, if a woman is sexually active. With pap smear testing it is possible to detect human papillomavirus, but not urethritis.

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Human Papillomavirus, Urethritis

Papanicolaou smear allows to examine the vaginal and cervical areas by taking mucus and cells and analyzing them for abnormal changes. Yearly, millions of women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, which can be prevented by regular check-ups. With pap smear testing it is possible to detect human papillomavirus, but not urethritis.

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