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What can cause an inflamed cervix?

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2010-02-18 23:27:19
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An inflamed cervix is often called dysplagia which is caused from infection or from repeatedly being hit by the penis during intercourse. Treatments include vaginal creams by prescription, or cryrosurgery if severe.

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