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Cervix Infection

A cervix infection may be caused by STDs, or PIDs, and may include the vaginal wart viruses that can be diagnoses with a cone biopsy if suspected. Cervicitis and vaginitis are inflammation and irritation of the cervical area. The typical symptoms of these conditions are unusual vaginal discharge, itching and pain during the intercourse. Such disorders are usually caused by STDs, such as gonorrhea, chlamidia and genital herpes. A cervix infection may be caused by STDs, or PIDs, and may include the vaginal wart viruses that can be diagnoses with a cone biopsy if suspected.

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Cervix Infection

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Vaginal Wart, Cone Biopsy

The condition can be diagnosed by pelvic examinations and if left untreated, it may turn into pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which is rather dangerous and may lead to infertility. To prevent these conditions avoid multiple sexual partners and use condoms. A cervix infection may be caused by STDs, or PIDs, and may include the vaginal wart viruses that can be diagnoses with a cone biopsy if suspected.

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

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