Cervicitis refers to inflammation of the cervix (the lower end of the uterus that leads to the vagina). Cervicitis result from a bacterial or viral infection that is most often transmitted by sexual contact. The common sexually transmitted infections (STI’s), that can lead to cervicitis include chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, mycoplasma, and genital herpes. The top listed homeopathic medicines for cervicitis are Kreosote, Alumina, Natrum Mur, Hydrastis, and Sepia. Cervicitis can also result from non-infectious reasons. These include allergic reactions like from using douches, from latex in condoms, etc. Irritation from the diaphragm, tampons, pessaries may cause inflammation of cervix if left in place for longer as advised. In some cases, cervicitis may result from an overgrowth of some bacteria that normally resides in the vagina. Having unprotected sex, having multiple sex partners, having a history of STI (sexually transmitted infection), beginning sexual intercourse at an early age puts a female at risk to develop cervicitis.