This question was answered on Wed 12, Jan 2011 02:05pm by Dr Shailesh Choudhary

What does it mean when your cervix is swollen?

    
Asked by sunshine5454 (Female; 26 ) on Wed 12, Jan 2011 12:40pm

What does it mean when your cervix is swollen?

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Answer by Dr Shailesh Choudhary  on Wed 12, Jan 2011 02:05pm:

Hello. Cervix swelling is an inflammatory condition. The causes of cervical swelling could be due to infection, polyps, pelvic inflammatory disease (mainly due to infections), and endometriosis. The diagnosis can be confirmed by clinical evaluation and swab test. Considering your age the most common cause is infection and can be treated by antibiotics. Consult your gynecologist for further assistance.

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