Drugs for the Treatment of Cervicitis
and sexually transmitted infections (gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, chlamydia, syphilis, genital herpes).
Among the non-infectious causes, however, we find: allergic reactions (for example, to latex condoms or spermicidal products), the use of intrauterine devices, hormonal imbalances which, for example, can occur during menopause, use incorrect and / or excessive use of vaginal douches and tampons, etc.For further information: Cervicitis: What it is, Causes, Therapy . When, on the other hand, it is symptomatic, it can manifest itself with:
- Vaginal pain
- Sense of heaviness in the pelvis;
- Abnormal loss of variable color and unpleasant odor;
- Blood loss outside the menstrual cycle or in the postmenopausal period and after sexual intercourse;
- Pain during sexual intercourse.
Among the active ingredients - generally administered orally - that can be used in the treatment of cervicitis of bacterial origin, we find:
- Metronidazole (used in particular for infections with T. vaginalis);
- L "azithromycin (used mainly for chlamydial infections);
- Ceftriaxone (mainly used for syphilis and gonorrhea).
PLEASE NOTE: antibiotic drugs should be used ONLY if strictly necessary and ONLY if prescribed by the doctor.