What Causes an Enlarged Cervix?

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The cervix is central in a woman's reproductive system. Causes of an enlarged cervix include bacterial infections, yeast, pregnancy or monilia infections. Other causes are abortions, hormonal changes as well as allergies to chemicals.
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