The cervix is the neck of the uterus. It projects into the upper piece of the vagina and can be felt with the fingertips, particularly in a crouching position. With the guide of a speculum, a mirror, and an electric lamp, you can see your cervix, as well.
During pregnancy, the cervix widens, permitting the child to leave the belly, enter the vagina, and be conceived. The cervix likewise opens, simply a bit, to help push menstrual blood out of the uterus, and to permit sperm inside so treatment can happen.
Acute cervicitis is inflammation - blushing, growing, and in some cases bleeding - of the cervix. Cervicitis can follow a troublesome birth, vacuum desire, or injury. It tends to be set off by utilization of chemicals, for example, birth control pills and menopausal chemical pills. Cervicitis can be symptomless, or it can cause torment on intercourse, tingling and copying of the private parts, or potentially release. Explicit treatment with medications or spices to dispose of the infective life forms is generally compelling.
Chronic cervicitis happens when inflammation and infection of the cervix proceed with unchecked for a long time. The cervix thickens, pimples distend, tears and scars from childbirth and gynecological systems amass.
At the point when columnar cells develop excessively fast, they push aside the squamous cells, causing eversion and erosion. In an eversion, there is for the most part a reasonable splitting line between the cells. In an erosion, there is no unmistakable line.
Cervical eversions return to ordinary when the chemicals setting off them -, for example, birth control pills - are eliminated.
Dysplasia frequently relapses with no treatment. Over-treatment in both customary and elective circles is normal.
At the point when unusual cell development set off by HPV is unchecked by the immune system, it can cause cervical cancer Untreated, cervical cancer is deadly. Gotten early, essentially all cases are restored.
Symptoms not controlled by continuous treatment
Symptoms that require continuous treatment
Symptoms that do not require continuous treatment
General Rating Formula for Disease, Injury, or Adhesions of Female Reproductive Organs (diagnostic codes 7610 through 7615):
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