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What is Cervical Cyst?

Description of the Disease

A cervical cyst is a formation that develops in the tissues of the cervix. It can be filled with fluid or contain solid particles. Cysts can occur in women of any age, but they are most often detected in women aged 30 to 50.


  • Endocervical cysts
  • Swollen cervical cysts
  • Paraproctal cervical cysts


  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Vaginal discharge


The reasons for the formation of a cervical cyst can be diverse, such as obstruction of gland secretions, inflammatory processes, hormonal disorders, and cervical trauma.


Diagnostics of a cervical cyst include a gynecologist's examination, ultrasound, MRI, and biopsy.


Treatment of a cervical cyst can be conservative or surgical, depending on the size of the cyst and the presence of symptoms.


Prevention of a cervical cyst includes regular visits to the gynecologist for preventive examinations and tests, as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle and timely treatment of inflammatory diseases of the female reproductive organs.


If a cervical cyst is suspected, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist, who will conduct a comprehensive examination and select appropriate treatment.

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