I belive that some varients of HPV (Genital warts) can affect pap smears and are linked to cervical/anal cancer rates. Up to 1/10 pap smears have an abnormal result, most of them are nothing to worry about though. Just follow the advice of your doc. If you think you have genital warts it is important to get them treated at your local STD clinicregardless of pap smear results as in time they could cause problems.
A pap smear does not affect your fertility. You are as likely to get pregnant after a pap smear as you are before a pap smear.
NuvaRing does not affect Pap smear result. The Pap smear can be done with NuvaRing inserted.
Yes, lubricants can affect a pap smear.
No, a pap smear will not affect the timing of your period.
A pap smear is a normal part of prental care. It does not affect pregnancy.
A pap smear will not affect your menstrual cycle.
Light bleeding will not affect a pap smear. Heavier bleeding will interfere with pap smear results.
Yes, vaginal cream can affect the pap smear. Avoid using vaginal creams or douche for 24 hours before your pap smear.
Yes abnormal smear results can be due to an STI.
it is test about cancer made relation but no problem
A pap smear looks for abnormal cells on the cervix. It is not meant to detect STDs. You can get tested for STDs without having a pap smear. Contact your health care provider, department of health, or local family planning agency for information on STD testing.
Abnormal pap smear results do not affect your ability to get pregnant.
Pap smear and miscarriage are not related. A woman who has miscarried should have a pap smear if she is due for this test. Miscarriage does not affect the recommended timing.
A pap smear will not affect the baby at all.
Pap smears do not affect fertility. The same chance of pregnancy exists before or after a pap smear.
absolutely not, it has nothing to do with pap smear, there may be infection in your bladder
Pain during a pap smear is not associated with STDs. If you have pain during collection of the pap, it may mean only that your cervix was relatively closed that day.
No, a smear test is purely for the testing of cervical cells for abnormalities as early detection of cervical cancer. If you require STD screening you can ask your healthcare provider to test for these at the same time as the PAP smear to save time.
A pap does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
Heavy bleeding can interfere with the ability to get a result on a pap smear. Light spotting usually won't interfere.
A pap smear will not detect ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer won't affect whether a pap smear is normal or abnormal -- it could be either one.
An outbreak of herpes on the cervix at the time of the pap smear could cause a pap with inflammation as well as direct diagnosis of herpes. A herpes outbreak elsewhere is not likely to cause an abnormal pap.
You don't do a pap smear at home.
Typically, lubricant is used during the bimanual exam. In addition, the face of the cervix is touched with the finger during the bimanual exam. Both of these can affect the accuracy of the pap smear, so the pap is done first.
Vaginal medications may affect accurate pap smear test results. Other medications do not.