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What causes cervicitis, bulky and deviated uterus?

Hi, i have been advised to use Clingen post my regular visit to my doc. she mentioned that i had mild cervicitis and a bulky slightly deviated uterus .. All of it seems very scary.. Can you pls share more on this and what could have caused these ( I have always had single partner and have never engaged in risky sexual activities)
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Hello ma'am.

Cervicitis is caused due to bacterial infections in and around the genitals, allergic reactions and other sexually transmitted infections.

Causes for a deviated uterus or uterine abnormalities can ve numerous ranging from congenital defects, to various infections. This does not necessarily have to be problematic, but completely depending on the position of the uterus; it can be predicted whether or not your uterus can support a pregnancy or not. Most pregnancies in such situations require extra care and attention, and at times even fsce threatened abortion, but can result in sucessful pregnancy and birth of a child with strict supervision from the doctor. A bulky uterus could be the result of infections, pregnancy, various diseases, etc.

Please consult your doctor for further guidance and management.

Wishing you the best.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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