Women’s uterus, including the cervix, have a normal size. If there is a difference from the normal standard, attention should be paid to it. There may be a problem, and the cause should be found out as soon as possible. Symptomatic treatment can prevent adverse results. Some women asked, how many centimeters is the cervix?
The normal size of the female uterus is 5.5 cm to 7.5 cm in length, 4.5 cm to 5.5 cm in width, and 3 cm to 4 cm in thickness. The length, width and thickness of the uterus are three The sum of the values should be greater than 12 cm, and the length of the cervix should be between 2.5 cm and 3 cm. The entire uterus is an inverted triangle, with the upper two sides connected to the ovarian fallopian tubes and the lower part connected to the cervix.
If the length of the uterus is greater than 7.5 cm, the width is greater than 5.5 cm, and the thickness is greater than 4 cm, the uterus is enlarged. If the length of the uterus is less than 5 cm, the width is less than 4 cm, If the thickness is less than 2 cm, it is dysplasia of the uterus (also known as naive uterus). Whether the uterus is enlarged or dysplasia of the uterus, it is necessary to seek medical treatment as soon as possible.
The cause of female uterine enlargement is often related to uterine fibroids and adenomyosis. If uterine fibroids are asymptomatic and have no malignant changes, they can be reviewed regularly. When symptoms or malignant symptoms appear, surgical treatment should be adopted, and adenomyosis can be treated with drugs or surgery. Uterine dysplasia is related to endocrine disorders, and hormones need to be given to adjust the treatment.