Cervical inflammation: Causes and symptoms of warning

The article was consulted professionally by Specialist I Nguyen Thi Plum – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Da Nang International Health Hub.

The cervical, about 5cm long, is located between the uterus and the vagina. Cervical inflammation is a condition with symptoms such as bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, pain during interseding, abnormal vaginal discharge. However, there are cases when there are no signs or symptoms. Determining the cause of cervical inflammation is very important. If the infection is not detected and treated then inflammation can spread to the uterus, ovulation ducts, into the pelvic cavity and abdomen causing life-threatening infections, affecting fertility and later pregnancy.

1. Symptoms of cervical inflammation

Usually, cervical inflammation has no signs and symptoms, and is only accidentally detected when the person goes to a regular medical examination or other disease to go to the doctor. If so, signs and symptoms of cervical inflammation include:

  • Abnormal vaginal secrety
  • Pain during intersym
  • Bleeding outside the menstrual cycle
  • Vaginal bleeding after intersable, not related to menstruation

When to see a doctor?

See your doctor if you have:

  • Abnormally prolonged vaginal translation
  • Vaginal bleeding in the non-menstrual period
  • Pain during intersym

2. Causes of cervical inflammation

Severe cases of cervical inflammation are usually caused by infection transmitted through sexual activity. The causes of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that can cause cervical inflammation include:

  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Genital herpes
  • Trichomonas
  • Mycoplasma and ureaplasma

Cervical inflammation: Causes and symptoms of warning

There are many causes of cervical inflammation

But there are women who have cervical inflammation but test negative for any type of infection. Other causes of inflammation may include:

  • Allergy to chemicals in spermicides, feminine sanitizers or latex rubber in condoms.
  • Irritation or injury from tampon tampons, vaginal laids, or from contraceptive instruments such as vaginal diaphragm.
  • Bacterial imbalance; normal, healthy bacteria in the vagina are replaced by unhealthy or harmful bacteria. This is also called bacterial vamatitis.
  • Hormone imbalance; having relatively low estrogen or high progesterone can hinder the ability to maintain healthy cervical tissue.
  • Cancer or cancer treatment can cause changes in the body that lead to cervical inflammation.

3. Risk factors

You are at higher risk for cervical inflammation than others if:

  • High-risk sexual behaviors, such as unsymed sex, sex with multiple people, or sexual contact with someone with high-risk behavior
  • Early sex
  • Have a history of sexually transmitted infections

4. Complications of cervical inflammation

Your cervical function as a barrier to prevent bacteria and viruses from entering the uterus. When the cervical infection occurs, the risk of other infections that will enter your uterus increases.

Gonorrhea or chlamydia can spread to the lining of the uterus and the ovate, leading to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), infection of the spawning organs that can cause birth problems if left without early treatment.

Cervical inflammation can also increase the risk of women contracting HIV from an infected sexual girlfriend.

5. prevent

To reduce the risk of cervical inflammation caused by sexually transmitted infections, use a condom every time you have sex. Condoms are very effective against the spread of STIs, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia.

6. Treatment of cervical inflammation

You will not need treatment for cervical inflammation if the cause is an allergic reaction to products such as sperm killers or feminine hygiene products. If the doctor finds out what causes cervical inflammation to be an infection, then the main goal of treatment is to eliminate the infection and prevent it from spreading to the uterus and ovulation ducts, or if you are pregnant, then help protect the baby. Depending on the organism that causes the infection, the doctor may prescribe:

  • antibiotic
  • Antifungal drugs
  • Antiviral drugs

Your doctor may also recommend that your husband or sexual friend also be examined and treated if infected to ensure you don't get infected again. You should not have sex until you and your partner have been treated.Treatment is especially important if you have been infected with HIV due to cervical inflammation that increases the amount of viruses that come from the cervical leading to an increased risk of infection to the partner. In addition, cervical inflammation can make it easy for you to get HIV from an HIV-positive sexual contact.

Cervical inflammation: Causes and symptoms of warning

Book a medical examination at Share99 Health Hub

Note, doctors do not recommend that patients carry out non-medicinal treatments such as do not wash or use yogurt for treatment that does not work for cervical inflammation and can aggravate the symptoms of the disease.

Currently, Share99 International Health Hub is implementing a basic gynecologic examination andscreeningpackage, helping customers detect inflammatory diseases early, making treatment easy and inexpensive; Screening for early detection of gynecologic cancer (Cervical cancer).

With a team of experienced gynecologist at Share99 Health Hub, ready to examine and treat you. When seeing the manifestations of cervical inflammation, it is recommended to go to the doctor and treat it as soon as possible to avoid having troubles in daily life.

Specialist I Nguyen Thi Plum was formerly Head of Obstetrics department – Da Nang Mind General Health Hub, Head of IUI Unit (Pumping sperm into the uterus) – Hoan My Health Hub – Da Nang. Doctors have more than 10 years of experience in diagnosis, consultation and treatment in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology such as:

  • Rare examination and consultation, performing assisted reproduction techniques such as: Egg size, ovule monitoring, sperm pumping into the uterus (IUI)
  • Examination, ultrasound, screening and treatment of gynecology diseases
  • Laparoscopic surgery of ovarian cysts, extra-uterine pregnancy

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Article reference source: mayoclinic.org, webmd.com

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