It is the main part of every woman, the primary member of the process of reproduction. When it suffers from any disorder, it may adversely affect the woman’s infertility and inability to conceive.
There are many diseases that may attack the uterus, but one of the most common and prevalent diseases among women is “cervical inflammation”,studies indicate that 50% of women may suffer from the infection of cervical disease at least once in their lives, Some unhealthy hygiene practices and misconduct, and excessive vaginal discharge may be a negative factor that affects the symptoms of inflammation of the uterus.
- suffering from severe pain in the lower region of the abdomen.
- exposure to excessive and thick vaginal secretions and bad smell.
- suffering from pain down the back area.
- the occurrence of pain disturbing during intercourse.
- feeling irritation and itching on the outer surface of the vagina.
- exposure to burning in the urine and continuity of the feeling of urination continuously during the day.
- In the case of pregnancy, pregnant women may experience discomfort and burning during pregnancy.
Cervical inflammation is one of the vaginal infections that affects many women, and may be infected by the type of inflammation due to the following reasons:
- transmission of sexually transmitted disease such as “gonorrhea” and other sexually transmitted diseases.
- Transmission of inflammation through infection.
- The result of the use of some contraceptive methods or drugs.
- Cervical exposure to some types of chemicals or disinfectants or through exposure to some other medical procedures.
- Multiple sexual relations with more than one partner.
- The bacteria that cause the “gonorrhea” are the same germs causing cervical infections, and then if it neglected and uncontrolled it may cause infertility.
- One of the negative effects of cervical infections is contributing to the infection of the fallopian tube.
It is therefore advisable to consult with a specialist obstetrician and gynecologist to control cervical infections and their treatment before they develop into chronic diseases that are difficult to get rid of in the long term.
- Taking a sample of cervical tissue and presenting it to a specialized laboratory for the detection of the organisms’ kind that cause the inflammation and then taking the appropriate drugs.
- If the cervical cancer is suspected, a biopsy is taken from the cervix or vaginal endoscopy is used, to make sure that the sample is free from any cancerous cells.
Finally, in case of pre-existing symptoms of cervical infections, consult a specialist doctor for early treatment by taking appropriate medical drugs for each case.
It is preferable to continue using condoms during treatment or to limit sexual contact as much as possible until complete recovery.