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Avoiding sex before Pap smear is usually recommended for accurate samples, common infections found, like urethritis, are curable with a natural remedy. According to doctors, the best time to have Papanicolaou test is the first two weeks after the last cycle and no sooner that 24-48 after intercourse. Ideally, women planning to have the test should avoid sexual relations, vaginal creams, jellies, and medicines, douching, and tampons as it may alter the results. Avoiding sex before Pap smear is usually recommended for accurate samples, common infections found, like urethritis, are curable with a natural remedy.

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Sex Before Pap Smear

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Urethritis, a natural remedy

In fact, liquids that carry the semen into the uterus may affect a few cells in the cervix that turn abnormal. Abnormalities in the cells disappear within 48 hours, yet may be confused with precancerous or cancerous cells producing positive test results in the absence of true cancer. Avoiding sex before Pap smear is usually recommended for accurate samples, common infections found, like urethritis, are curable with a natural remedy.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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