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What is Cervical Erosion?

Description of the disease

Cervical erosion is a condition in which the cells of the cervical mucosa move to the vaginal area. This condition is often not a threat to health, but it can cause discomfort and some problems.


  • Epithelial erosion
  • Glandular cell erosion
  • Combined erosion


  • Heavy menstruation
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Unpleasant vaginal discharge


  • Cervical trauma
  • Use of contraceptives
  • Inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs


For the diagnosis of cervical erosion, a cytological analysis, colposcopy, biopsy may be performed.


Treatment may include general recommendations for strengthening the immune system, the use of drugs to restore the mucous membrane, endocervical electrocoagulation, and other methods.


  • Regular check-ups with a gynecologist
  • Use of condoms
  • Observance of hygiene of the genitals


Gynecologist treats cervical erosion.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.