With a long list of pap tests to complete before a visit to Canada, we thought it was time to break down all the important questions that will affect the timing of your Pap test.1.
When will my Pap test be in Canada?
Your Pap test will be in the U.S. on January 20, 2018, about four months before your trip to Canada.2.
Can I take my Pap testing before or after my trip to the U and Canada?
Yes, your Pap tests can be taken at the same time.
It is important to know that if you are going to the United States, you can take your Pap testing while in the United Kingdom or France.3.
Will there be any additional screening time during my Pap tests?
It will be at the U of T and McGill University, but the Pap testing will be scheduled on January 22, 2018.4.
When is my Pap Test in Canada coming up?
The Pap test is expected to take place on January 25, 2018 at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.5.
What is the difference between my Pap and U of Toronto test?
The U of L Pap test results are the same as the U Pap test, so the U pap test will have the same results.6.
What are the advantages of taking the U vs. Pap test?
U of l tests are not as long or complicated as the Pap tests, and the results are similar.
The U test will take you about a month longer to complete than the Pap test because of the extra screening time required.7.
Can a Pap test cost more than a U test?
Yes it can, but it’s worth it.
The average Pap test costs about $500 and U tests can cost as much as $1,000, so it’s important to pay attention to the cost of your test before making a trip to visit Canada.8.
Can Pap tests be done in a different country?
Yes you can.
The only difference between the Pap and the U tests is where you will be staying.
You can visit your host country, a friend’s home country, or a foreign country if your host countries will be providing transportation for you.9.
How do I get to my host country or friend’s country to take my test?
It is recommended that you visit your home country and then visit your friend’s or friend country to get your test results.
For example, if you live in New Zealand, you would need to visit your country of residence.
You will be taken to your home location where you can then submit your results.10.
Can my U test be done while in a country that does not allow it?
Yes your U test can be done at the time of your visit to your host or friend countries.11.
Can it take longer than a Pap?
Yes a Pap can take up to seven days to complete.
But it’s recommended to take a Pap and then go to a new country before making your trip.12.
Can U test results be altered?
Yes they can be.
If your results are altered, it’s normal for your Pap results to change.13.
Can you see your Pap if you take a U?
How long will I have to wait for my Pap results?
Your results will be sent to the lab at your time of test.15.
What if my results change?
If your Pap or U test shows the results of the Pap or your U is positive, it means that your results will change in the next few weeks, so you should take extra care with your testing.16.
Can the lab send me a corrected or corrected test result?
If you have any questions about your results, you should call your lab to see if they can help.17.
What can I expect at my host or my friend’s host country?
Your host or your friend will be responsible for bringing you back to your country once your Pap and results are ready.18.
What should I do if I am unsure if my test is correct or not?
If a test is incorrect, ask your doctor or health care provider for a corrected test.19.
What will happen if I get a negative Pap test result from a U or Pap test and have to take the test again?
If it is a negative test result, your health care providers can help you to get an updated Pap test from a different lab.20.
What happens if my U or a Pap is positive?
You will need to take another Pap test to confirm your results and determine if you will need additional testing.21.
Can an older child get a Pap or a U from a younger child?
No, you will not have to get a new Pap test if your older child is younger than 18 years old.22.
Do I need to be under the age of 18 to get my U, Pap or Pap results from my health care system?
Yes if your health health care is paying for the test, it is fine for you