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Doctor insights on: Cervical Erosion Causes

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Cervical (Definition)

Cervical relates to the first seven vertebra of the spine. It is related it the neck. Also it refers to the muscular opening/exit of ...Read more


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My girlfriend is having intermittent moderate pain around the cervix two weeks after cervical erosion cauterisation. What may cause this?

My girlfriend is having intermittent moderate pain around the cervix two weeks after cervical erosion cauterisation. What may cause this?

That's not outside: of what would be expected with normal healing, although it's often difficult to interpret where pain in the vagina/cervix/uterus is actually coming from. Nothing should have been inserted into the vagina up to this point. I think it would be safe to just watch and wait another week or so; contact her doctor if she is concerned in the meantime, especially if discharge or bleeding. Best wishes:) ...Read more

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Is there any medication for cervical erosion?

Cervical erosion: You are a male and cervical erosion is referred to females. In latter treatment depends on the cause of erosions. ...Read more

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What is a cervical erosion? And how is it fixed?

Cervical erosion: This is a normal condition that occurs when the squamous epithelial cells grow out of the cervix & form an inflamed red area that looks eroded & infected. Some causes are trauma to the cervix such as iud or sex, or infections. ...Read more

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Is cervical erosion a symptom of pcos?

Is cervical erosion a symptom of pcos?

No: Cervical erosion is not a symptom of pcos. You need to ask your ob/gyn for a good explanation of this finding. ...Read more

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Is the laser procedure to remove cervical erosion painful (during the procedure itself and afterwards during intercourse)?

Is the laser procedure to remove cervical erosion painful (during the procedure itself and afterwards during intercourse)?

No: The surface of the cervix can be numb by spray or injection. This makes the procedure painless. Discomfort after is usually minimal. It does however depend on how much material is removed. Hope this helps. Best of luck ...Read more

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I've seen a dr blood work and pap done. Cervical erosion is what she said i have. What can I do?

See an OB/GYN: That depends upon the cause of the erosion, and the best person to determine future course of therapy is the doctor who examined you. This cannot be determined over the internet and mandates an extensive knowledge of your history, exam findings and labs. Good luck. ...Read more