Cervicitis is an extremely common medical condition in young women. It is seen as redness on Cervix and is often accompanied with a yellow discharge.

Cervicitis is often associated with a sizable amount of Inflammation of the cervix.

But in many cases, a woman may experience little to no symptoms despite having this condition. It is typically caused by a sexually transmitted disease, but this is not always the case.


–  Neisseria gonorrhoea
–  Chlamydia
–  Herpes Virus
–  Intrauterine Devices – IUD’s
–  Contraceptive Diaphrams
–  Allergic Reaction to Spermicides or Latex Condoms

Mucopurulent Cervicitis (MPC)

–  Occurs when a purulent discharge can be seen at cervical opening or in the endocervical canal.
–  May be seen with easily induced cervical bleeding.
–  Vaginal discharge and vaginal bleeding may occur.
–  Neisseria gonorrhoea and Chlamydia are the two cause agents

Treatment of Cervicitis:


   .   Ceftriaxone
   .   Azithromycin
   .   Clarithromycin
   .   Doxycycline