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Comment from: Sddlaala, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: July 16

I have had chronic pelvic pain for years. It is likely due to high risk HPV and genital herpes. I went to the emergency room (ER) for a pelvic infection that caused a fever, and then to the doctor to have a colposcopy after a Pap. I was diagnosed with chronic cervicitis which caused the pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) that sent me to the ER. No cancer though so, yay.

Comment from: NDR, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: October 09

My cervicitis was caused by repeated treatment for pre-cancerous cells on my cervix. After literally months of suffering, traipsing back to my general physician and gynecologist the colposcopy nurse diagnosed me. I cannot have treatment because the treatment in my case will aggravate the cervix further. The symptoms I have are a severe burning sensation inside, discomfort, continual need to urinate (often at night). It can last for days or weeks at a time.

Comment from: hamna f, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: July 14

I was married 3 years ago, and my sexual life is not good. I went to a lot of doctors, they said nothing but I have problems of itching and burning after sex. My STD test is clear. I have body pain and so many problems I am facing I am worried I may have cervicitis. I have pelvic pain and tubes pain. I have taken a lot antibiotics, which did not work, vaginal cream, antifungals, and nothing worked. I don’t know what is wrong with me.


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