, cervicitis and PID should be diagnosed by complete gynaecological examination; pH test and Whiff test has no role in diagnosis.
Majority of the patients had cervical erosion
(74%), in that 44 % had only erosion cervix, 30% hypertrophied cervix with erosion, 21% had hypertrophied cervix which bleeds on touch.
On pelvic examination cervix was hypertrophied, cervical erosion
CHECK IT OUT Bleeding after sex may be caused by cervical polyps, an infection called chlamydia or cervical erosion
The most common clinical finding was cervical erosion
in both the groups (58% among rural and 57% among urban patients).