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inflammation of the cervix.
inflammation of the cervix.
Varies: The symptoms may not be entirely due to the active infection but can also come from the damage incurred during the infection. A test of cure is important if the symptoms persist. ...Read more
What can Leucocytes & clue cells & milky white discharge throughout the Vag be a sign of besides BV, Cervicitis,Trich, Gonn& Yeast? Been treated for all
Vaginitis: Usually the above in combination is associated with bacterial vaginitis. You may have a resistant bacterium that is not responding to treatment. Leukocytes (inflammatory cells) by themselves may be a sign of desquamative vaginitis. If you live in Philadelphia I recommend follow up with Dr Paul Nyirjesy who specialized in vaginitis ...Read more
Most commonly, cervicitis is the result of an infection, although it can also be caused by injury or irritation (as a reaction to the chemicals in douches and contraceptives, for example, or a forgotten tampon).
The three most common infectious causes of cervicitis are chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomonas. All three are considered sexually transmitted diseases. ...Read more
In june I was diagnose with cervicitis I got antibiotics. Now yesterday my period finish my vagina hurts a burn. Wat can this be.
My pap smear test results are neg, but also says cervicitis my obg, says I repeat test in 6mths, should I have a 2nd opinion?As I am trying to conceive
Yes: There is no need to repeat a pap smear unless it's abnormal. Cervicitis is treated with antibiotics and cervical infections can be evaluated for quickly without the need for waiting six months. First ask your doctor to explain the reasoning for their plan as they may provide informantion that would make it reasonable to wait. However, if you are uncomfortable with the plan seek a second opinion. ...Read more
Gram stain/gono/chla: If a woman has signs of this, like bleeding or high white blood cells on gram stain, she should be tested further. Patients who have mucopurulent cervicitis should be tested for c. Trachomatis and for n. Gonorrhoeae with the most sensitive and specific test available. It must be noted that mucopurulent cervicitis is not a sensitive for these infections, indeed most of these women don't have mpc. ...Read more
Usually discharge: Cervicitis means "inflammation of the cervix". This can result from infectious causes (such as a std) or from non-infectious causes (such as ectropion, where the inside part of the cervix sticks out a little, which often happens in pregnancy). Inflammation in the cervix causes discharge, so you should follow-up with your doctor to ensure that any infection is treated. ...Read more
I just recently had the paragard IUD put in. A week later and now I have cervicitis. Could the paragard cause cervicitis? And I've been with the same man.
If my papsmear results showed coccobacilli and nonspecific moderate inflammation, this mean its cervicitis?
Hi I ve had BV and cervicitis in the past I was wondering if treating my BV could be a result of cervicitis also can cervicitis go away on its own or do I have to seek medical treatment every time how do I know if I have a sensitive cervix what causes cer
BV/cervicitis: Treating BV is not the cause of cervicitis, cervicitis can be caused by gonorrhea, chlamydia, ureaplasma, mycolplasma genitalium or viral infection, and treatment is needed to get rid of these organisms, reccurent infections can be due to re-exposure or inadequate treatment. ...Read more
Can a papsmear reading of unspecific moderate inflammation and clue cells present be cured? Cervicitis be cured?
Yes: Generally this can be treated and resolved, but that also depends upon the cause and the specific therapy employed. Good luck and best wishes for a speedy recovery. ...Read more
Is there anything I can get from the grocery store or drug store for my cervicitis until I can see a doctor?
Biopsy results from colopscopy= yes chronic cervicitis, no dysplasia. Due to positive high risk hpv. Will abstinence clear the chronic cervicitis?
No, unless HPV is: Treated & eradicated. Certain strains of hpv are closely linked with cervical cancer. As long as the hpv is present, cervicitis may continue, dysplasia may develop, & cervical cancer may result. See gyn for treatment options. Good luck. Partner(s) also need to be checked & treated for hpv. ...Read more
Treat cause/depends.: It is very hard to say if this is cured, especially with the major causes of gonorrhea and chlamydia. If these are the causes, treatment is with the appropriate antibiotics. If the cause is not infectious, like an iud, removal should help. If it's from allergic reaction to spermicides, etc. These should be avoided or tapered, or a different brand used. Even with abx rx. This can persist. ...Read more
Exam/tests: Cervicitis is diagnosed by physical exam to see if the cervix appears inflamed and by obtaining cultures from the discharge present. Cervicitis can be caused by the STDs Chlamydia and Gonorrhea or can be "polymicrobial" meaning caused by several bacteria. Please see your doctor for exam, diagnosis, and treatment. ...Read more
May be none:
There may be no symptoms to discharge, spotting, bleeding after sex etc. You may consult this site for more info:
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Discharge, spotting: Many cases of cervicitis cause no symptoms at all. When symptoms are present, the most common is increased vaginal discharge, and sometimes blood spotting, especially after sex. When caused by STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia, there may be pain or discomfort on urination as well. ...Read more
Depends on cause: More important, you also may have been exposed to other pathogens, which can be devastating. It you do not have access to primary care or a urologist. Check into a public health clinic. ...Read more
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