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Homeopathy Treatment for CERVICITIS

A middle aged, married lady complains of constant vaginal discharge- a glairy  material, like the white of an egg. At times, it is muco-purulent. In addition to this discharge, there is backache and pelvic of lower abdominal pain. The condition is called CERVICITIS.

Cervicitis is an inflammation of the cervix, the lower, narrow end of the uterus that opens into the vagina.Uploaded Image


Most often, cervicitis causes no signs and symptoms, and you may only learn you have the condition after a pelvic exam performed by your doctor for another reason. If you do have signs and symptoms, they may include:

  • Large amounts of unusual vaginal discharge
  • Frequent, painful urination
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Bleeding between menstrual periods
  • Vaginal bleeding after intercourse, not associated with a menstrual period


Possible causes of cervicitis include:

  • Sexually transmitted infections. Most often, the bacterial and viral infections that cause cervicitis are transmitted by sexual contact. Cervicitis can result from common sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis and genital herpes.
  • Allergic reactions. An allergy, either to contraceptive spermicides or to latex in condoms, may lead to cervicitis. A reaction to feminine hygiene products, such as douches or feminine deodorants, also can cause cervicitis.
  • Bacterial overgrowth. An overgrowth of some of the bacteria that are normally present in the vagina (bacterial vaginosis) can lead to cervicitis.

Risk factors

  • Engage in high-risk sexual behavior, such as unprotected sex, sex with multiple partners or sex with someone who engages in high-risk behaviors
  • Began having sexual intercourse at an early age
  • Have a history of sexually transmitted infections


 cervix acts as a barrier to keep bacteria and viruses from entering your uterus. When the cervix is infected, there's an increased risk that the infection will travel into the uterus.

Cervicitis that's caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia can spread to the uterine lining and the fallopian tubes, resulting in pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), an infection of the female reproductive organs that can cause fertility problems if left untreated.

Cervicitis can also increase the risk of a woman getting HIV from an infected sexual partner.


To reduce your risk of cervicitis from sexually transmitted infections, use condoms consistently and correctly each time you have sex. Condoms are very effective against the spread of STIs, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia, which can lead to cervicitis. Being in a long-term relationship in which both you and your uninfected partner are committed to having sex with each other exclusively can lower your odds of an STI.


Nitricum acidum has stitches through the vagina. Voluptuous itching in the vagina after sex. Leucorrhoea is brown, flesh coloured, watery or stringy, stains yellow or leaves spots with a black border. Bloody water from the vagina, or haemorrhage from over exertion. Uterine haemorrhage after child birth or curettage.

Alumen is indicated in induration of the cervix. Menses are scanty, watery. Left ovary is chiefly affected. Chronic gonorrhoeal discharge, with little lumps along the urethra. Vagina is very sensitive; it becomes narrow due to swelling. Itching with aphthous patches in the vagina.

Kalium bichromicum is adapted to fat, fair, flabby, fleshy persons, subject to catarrhs with a syphilitic or scrofulous history. They are mostly over weight persons. Menses with suppression of urine or passage of red urine. Leucorrhoea is yellow, acrid, ropy with pain across the sacrum and heaviness in the hypogastrium. Prolapsed of uterus during hot weather. Itching and burning and excitement. The ulcers are characteristic with punched out margins, a tendency to penetrate and stringy exudation.

Ustilago maydis is adapted to tall and thin women, usually at menopause. Uterine fibroids, bleeding with hypertrophy of the uterus. Cervix is spongy and bleeds easily. Menses are half liquid and half clotted, bright red and worse on slightest provocation. Foul yellow or brown leucorrhoea. Uterus feels as if drawn into knots.