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Cervix Infection

A cervix infection, verruca and genital wart can be detected during a colposcopy exam. Some medications may be life-long and potentially toxic while others may only be taken for symptomatic suppression. Bacterial and parasitic diseases are often treated with antibiotics or oral medications while therapies for viral may range from prescribed, surgical, or herbal treatments. These diseases are typically acquired sexually. A cervix infection, verruca and genital wart can be detected during a colposcopy exam.

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Cervix Infection

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Verruca, Colposcopy

Generally speaking, bacterial (chlymadia, gonorrhea, PID) and parasitic (trichomonas) can be cured, the virally related (herpes, HPV, HIV, and hepatitis B can be treated but not cured. (Yeast (candidida), although common, is considered a fungus. There are three general types of infectivity: bacterial, viral, and parasitic. A cervix infection, verruca and genital wart can be detected during a colposcopy exam.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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