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An inflammed swollen cervix observed under colposcopy is generally a sign of infections for which a cone biopsy may be needed to confirm. This condition together with inflammation, irritation, itching, painful intercourse, and bloody discharge usually occurs during cervicitis, caused by STD (gonorrhea, genital herpes, or chlamidia), infections, or injury. It can be easily detected by pelvic examination and tests on the discharge. An inflammed swollen cervix observed under colposcopy is generally a sign of infections for which a cone biopsy may be needed to confirm.

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Swollen Cervix

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Colposcopy, Cone Biopsy

There exist many antibiotics, and usually symptoms improve within a few days after the appropriate treatment is started. In case of pelvic inflammatory disease treatment may take several weeks. This disorder rarely comes back, unless you get a new infection. An inflammed swollen cervix observed under colposcopy is generally a sign of infections for which a cone biopsy may be needed to confirm.

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

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