What Is Cervicitis?

By amara
Aug 1, 2020
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2. What Are the Symptoms of Cervicitis?

Sometimes, cervicitis has no symptoms and the patient is unaware of the problem until a physician diagnosis it during a regularly scheduled exam. The symptoms can be subtle and non-specific, such as pain during intercourse or bleeding between periods. Other conditions can cause these symptoms, such as fibroids or endometriosis, so some individuals do not suspect cervicitis.

Other symptoms are more obvious, including an abundance of vaginal discharge that doesn’t usually occur and bleeding that occurs immediately after intercourse. Cervicitis can also cause frequent pain with urination. Those with painful urination may be tested for a urinary tract infection but the result may be negative, indicating something else is causing the issue.


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