Cervicitis is the number one cause of sores on a woman cervix. The cervix becomes inflamed or infected causing open sores to occur.
The tissues of the cervix are inflamed, and the cause seems to be lack of estrogen.
Yes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, and herpes can cause cervicitis, or inflammation of the cervix.
indicating is when someone poos in their pants and noone else knows
Chlamydia can infect the cervix and cause inflammation in the cervix, but does not do long-term damage to the cervix. Chlamydial scarring occurs in the fallopian tubes and in the pelvis, if permanent damage occurs.
yes, because the cervix cells are sensitive to the rays
No it can not.
Genital herpes can cause testicular pain, men have glands in their inner thigh that can become inflamed with a herpes outbreak. When these glands are inflamed they become swollen and the nerve ending can cause a shooting pain from the thigh into the lower abdomen.
During a contraction, the infant experiences intense pressure that pushes it against the cervix, eventually forcing the cervix to stretch open. At the same time, the contractions cause the cervix to thin.
no cause it makes it worse.
The location of your cervix isn't an issue if it doesn't cause you any discomfort.
Some kinds of vaginal infections, improper tampon use, or other irritants cause inflammation of the cervix which makes it red.
inflamed gall bladder
Appendicitis is when the appendix becomes inflamed. If not removed, it can rupture and cause peritonitis, which can be fatal.
inflamed terminal ileum
It's normal. I'm 34 weeks along and mine is too. It's just from the pressure of the baby on your cervix. No worry's though , .. Doesn't mean the baby's coming or anything.
An inflamed appendix could rupture and expose the abdominal cavity to bacteria, which would lead to infection. This resulting infection has the ability to cause death.
You can get herpes when their not inflamed.
An IUD removal will not cause hormonally-based hot flashes.