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If a woman doesn't do a papanicolaou in 2 years, is that still fine?

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Dr. Li-Min Hwang
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Yes, if low risk

The new protocol for pap is every 3-5 years for people without risk factors, such as history of multliple partners, previous cervical disease, abnormal pap smears, positive high risk human pappiloma virus, etc.

In brief: Yes, if low risk

The new protocol for pap is every 3-5 years for people without risk factors, such as history of multliple partners, previous cervical disease, abnormal pap smears, positive high risk human pappiloma virus, etc.
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Dr. Ayman Jabr
Family Medicine

In brief: No

Usally in sexually active woman the recommendation for yearly papsmear.

In brief: No

Usally in sexually active woman the recommendation for yearly papsmear.
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