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Cervix changes are known as cervical dysplasia, or if condyloma is present on the cervix. The reason for the disorder is not found; hereditary, nutritional, infectious, and allergic causes are suspected. The risk factors are: poverty, poor nutrition, Black race, or history of any genital infection and preterm births. This condition, if left untreated, can lead to preterm labor. Cervix changes are known as cervical dysplasia, or if condyloma is present on the cervix.

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Cervix Changes

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Cervical Dysplasia, Condyloma

Following ovulation, it returns to its infertile state within 24-48 hours. Approximately six days before the shift in temperature the cervical canal will begin to show fertile characteristics. The cervical alterings take place over an interval of around ten days. Cervix changes are known as cervical dysplasia, or if condyloma is present on the cervix.

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