Cervicitis is swelling (inflammation) of the end of the uterus (cervix). Endocervicitis, also called Endotrachelitis, is an inflammatory condition infecting the mucous lining of the uterine cervical canal. Endocervicitis is a part of chronic cervicitis. Cervicitis is most often caused by an infection usually through sexually transmitted diseases. However there are also non-infectious causes such as intrauterine devices, contraceptive diaphragms, and allergic reactions to spermicides or latex condoms. Symptoms include abnormal vaginal bleeding, unusual vaginal discharge, painful sexual intercourse, and pressure in the pelvis. Both cervicitis and endocervicitis are commonly treated and resolved by antibiotics.
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