Cervical Ectropion - Symptoms & Treatment
Cervical Ectropion is very common, especially in younger women and those taking birth control pills. Cervical ectropion usually resolves naturally as the cervix matures, some times cervical ectropion may warrent a change in your birth control method. The columnar cells of ectropion are perfectly normal. They are not cancerous or pre-cancerous. In a cervical erosion may bleed but this is usually very slight and may only be a stain. While the cervix is considered a portion of the uterus, it is functionally and histologically quite different. cervical eversion, pseudoeversion secondary to DES adenosis.
Symptoms of Cervical Ectropion
There are mnay symptoms of cervical ectropio are :
- cervical eversion, pseudoeversion secondary to DES adenosis
- Between menstrual periods.
- Discharge (clear or yellowish mucus)
Causes of Cervical Ectropion
The causes of cervical ectropion are include :
- With pregnancy, the cervix tends to evert, making the ectropion larger.
- cervical ectropion is common in teenagers and may be seen in pregnancy, and in women on oral contraceptives.
- A cervical erosion may bleed but this is usually very slight and may only be a stain.
- chemicals (spermaticidal contraceptive creams or foams, douches)
Treatment of Cervical Ectropion
Treatment of cervical ectropion is not always successful, because columnar cells may grow again, especially if the woman is still on the pill. Traditional medical approaches can suppress the immune system. Envita's protocols modulate and enhance the immune system thereby optimizing and greatly enhancing clinical outcomes. a cervical erosion does not usually bleed. It is not treated during pregnancy although, when it becomes infected, local treatment with cream or pessaries is usual. It fits for all stages cervical ectropion of either be applied alone or in combination with standard treatments:
- Forerunner of surgery to shrink the cancer, so that it is easier to be removed.
- To be applied together with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
- as maintenance in the intermission of treatment or after surgery, or
- as the main treatment when the cervical ectropion comes to a terminal stage that none of conventional treatments is applicable.