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Will contraceptive spermicides lead to cervicitis?

Will contraceptive spermicides lead to cervicitis?

Possibly: But not the infectious type the irritative, inflammatory type as some women are irritated by them or can even be allergic to them. Cervicitis means inflammation of the cervix. ...Read more

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Dr. Neigatha Graney
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Birth Control (Definition)

Also known as contraception, birth control is a method to prevent pregnancy. Some methods of birth control include a vasectomy, tubal ligation, oral contraceptive pills, vaginal rings, hormone injections, condoms, diaphragms, sponges, ...Read more


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Can getting cervicitis from contraceptive (Today Sponge) worsen HPV (low risk) conditions or cause warts?

Can getting cervicitis from contraceptive (Today Sponge) worsen HPV (low risk) conditions or cause warts?

No: Both of those conditions are caused by Human Papilloma Virus which is sexually transmitted. Spread can be reduced by the use of condoms. Additionally you can get immunized with Gardisil, which can prevent genital warts and certain HPV strains associated with some cervical cancers. ...Read more

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Can UTI lead into cervicitis if not treated right away?

Can UTI lead into cervicitis if not treated right away?

No: Uti usually means cystitis, this can result in a kidney infection if not treated, but not cervicitis, an inflammation or infection of the cervix. ...Read more

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Could cervicitis come back once it's gone?

Could cervicitis come back once it's gone?

Possibly: Cervicitis is inflammation of the cervix, usually caused by a bacterial infection of the cervix. It can cause spotting and an unusual discharge. It is often treated with antibiotics. It can come back, but you will probably need an examination to know for sure. ...Read more

Dr. Brad Goldenberg
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Cervicitis (Definition)

Inflammation, whether chronic, acute or mixed of the cervix uteri. These can be from non specific causes (as benign as recent inter course or bacterial vaginosis) as well as from more concerning mechanisms such as sexually transmitted ...Read more