Common cervical erosion symptoms: one, increased leucorrhea: leucorrhea increases for the main symptoms of cervical erosion, and sometimes even the only symptom. The characters of the leucorrhea are different because of the differences in the pathogens and the range and degree of erosion. If the inflammatory infection is not obvious, the leucorrhea is mainly transparent mucus; if the cervical erosion is accompanied by obvious inflammatory infection, the leucorrhea is yellow purulent and sticky. The area of erosion is small or the lesions are shallow. The amount of leucorrhea may be less. If the lesion is involved in a deep and large area of severe erosion, there will be more leucorrhea and occasionally a small amount of blood or blood. Sometimes, some patients may also complain of contact bleeding. Two, pain: cervical erosion appears pain symptoms are not many. When the pathogen is involved in a deeper range, it can cause chronic para uterine connective tissue inflammation, lumbosacral pain, pelvic pain and dysmenorrhea. If inflammation affects the main ligament, it can cause sexual pain and affect sexual life. Three, bladder symptoms: cervical inflammation can be disseminated or direct spread to the trigone of the bladder, thereby stimulating bladder occurrence frequent micturition, dysuria symptoms, sometimes also can be secondary to urinary tract infection.