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Inflamed Cervix

An inflamed cervix (cervicitis) can be further diagnosed and treated using cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure. Cervicitis is tender red swelling located at the neck near the vaginal orifice. Patients usually show cervical erythema and discharge commonly caused by sexually transmitted bacterial infection. Vulvovaginitis may also result from the infection as well ascending infection that can cause endometritis, salpingitis, tuboovarian abscess, or perihepatitis. An inflamed cervix (cervicitis) can be further diagnosed and treated using cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure.

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Inflamed Cervix

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Cryosurgery, LEEP Procedure

Primary diseases result from rising infection to the uterus and fallopian tubes (pelvic inflammatory disease) leading to chronic abdominal pain and infertility. Compared to older populations, sexually active adolescents and young adults have a higher incidence of both chlamydeous and gonococcus cervicitis. An inflamed cervix (cervicitis) can be further diagnosed and treated using cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure.

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

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