cervical biopsies taken diagnosis: endocervical reveals squamous metaplasia with diffuse chronic inflammatory cell infiltrate of the stroma .No malignancy
Successful treatment of cervicitis begins with proper identification of the cause. If some irritant is causing the cervicitis, your doctor will remove it or advise you to avoid it. If the cause is an infection, your doctor will attempt to diagnose the responsible organism.
The three most common causes of cervicitis are chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomonas. All three are considered sexually transmitted diseases or STDs. If cervicitis is caused by an STD, treatment for your partner is also crucial.
A number of other organisms—including herpes simplex, streptococcus, staphylococcus, enterococcus, and Gardnerella vaginalis—can also cause cervicitis.
You should always avoid intercourse or have your partner use condoms while you are being treated for cervicitis, regardless of the specific cause.
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