Cervicitis and endocervicitis
Cervicitis is the inflammation of the cervix. Endocervicitis is the inflammation of the cervical canal. Cervicitis could be infectious or non-infectious in nature. Non-infectious form could be caused by trauma, radiation or malignant neoplasm. Infectious cervicitis is more often connected with chlamydiosis, ureaplasmosis, mycoplasmosis, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, gonorrhea as well as human papiilloma virus (HPV). The most common way cervicitis develops is through the spreading of vaginal inflammations (from colpitis to the cervical canal). Inflammation process in the cervix could be the cause of infertility.
Laser therapy in combination with routine pharmacological therapy is used for the treatment of endocervicitis in our clinic.
We use both contact and non-contact laser therapeutic methods in our clinic. Simultaneously, we administer ILIB (intravenous laser illumination of blood) with topical treatment to help correct hemostasis as well as boost up the immune system.
Treatment duration is 8 – 10 days. Patients are hospitalized for not more than an hour.