Should I stop having sexual intercourse while I have cervicitis?

Yes. Cervicitis is an inflammation of the cervix. It may also be caused by an infection. Most of the time it is asymptomatic. Sexual intercourse may delay the healing or aggaravate an ongoing inflammation from trauma to the cervix while having sex.
Best to let heal. Best to let heal as this may cause pain during intercourse.

Related Questions

I was diagnosed with cervicitis. How long should I abstain from having sexual intercourse?

No abstinence needed. Cervicitis is a nonspecific inflammation of the cervix. It is usually not due to any type of infection. It also does not need to be treated as long as there were no signs of infection and cultures are negative. Therefore, no abstinence needed. Read more...

I had sexual intercourse last night for the first time in 9 months, But it was so painful I had to stop and then I looked and was bleeding everywhere?

Lack of lubrication. Most likely, the pain and bleeding may have been due to a lack of lubrication within the vaginal vault. However, though you are in an age group in which very serious diseases very rarely occur, I.e., malignancies, you need to see your health care provider for an exam. Best to you! Read more...

If I do not have sexual intercourse, would it be better to stop using vagifem (in the absence of other vaginal dryness issues / symptoms)?

Depends. Depends on why you were using it in the first place. If the only reason was to improve lubrication for intercourse, then stop. But keep in mind, dryness and vaginal atrophy will ensue and may be not only uncomfortable but may negatively impact your bladder function. Read more...

My viganal hole stings a lot when it is touched it started yesterday after sexual intercourse what does it mean and how do I stop it?

Infection. Stinging and pain with contact indicates that the skin of the vagina is inflamed. In most cases, this is related to an infection such as yeast (treat with an over the counter cream) or BV (treated with a prescription medication). Call you doctor for a visit. Read more...

Everytime when im having sexual intercourse I feel my husbands penis is hitting something and it is uncomfortable? How can that stop?

Cervix pain. He is likely hitting your cervix which can be quite uncomfortable for some women. Try changing positions so that you can control depth and force of penetration. Also a different position may adjust the angle of penetration and keep him from hitting the uncomfortable spot. Read more...
Change position. He may be hitting your cervix which could be uncomfortable depending on the time in your menstrual cycle especially when you are ovulating. He may also be hitting your bladder. Make sure you void prior to sex. Changing positions can control the depth of penile penetration and can avoid the uncomfortable area. Read more...

I would like to come off the contraceptive pill. I am day 7 into a new pill packet and I last had sexual intercourse 5 days ago. Can I stop now?

Yes, but... You can stop the pill without worrying about getting pregnant from the last intercourse. But, i would consider finishing the next two weeks of the pill and then stopping on cycle. This would make you less likely to have irregular bleeding episodes from stopping. Read more...