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    HPV Awareness

    Hi nurses. Just wanted to share my personal experience with cervical dysplasia and hpv, and hopefully I can help create awareness about the importance of early detection and regular pap smears. I know that this is still a topic not openly discussed because of the stigma of the disease, but I hope from this thread I can reach out to other women out there with symptoms but are scared to get a thorough check-up. In 2012 during one of my routine pap smears when we were trying to get pregnant, my OB-GYN felt a tiny, tiny lentil-sized lump in my cervix. I have been complaining about abnormal bleeding during intercourse for the past 2 years and ALL my pap smears (every 6 months for 3 years!) and ultrasound results were abnormal and positive. 95% of cervical cancer is caused by HPV (an STD), and normally this can be detected through pap smears. My OBGYN suggested to start treatment with Cervugid Ovules combined with Isoprinosine Tablets We sought medical advice from 5 different Gyne-Oncologist and 2 Pathologists to be sure that the results and recommendation were consistent. Treatment recommendations included 2 courses of Cervugid Ovules and 2 courses of Isoprinosine Tablets. In total 6 boxes of each, about 9months of therapy. In most cases the patients are cured or their health improves considerably. This treatment stops the growth of precancerous cells that can cause cervical cancer. Fast forward this September...I was given a clean bill of health by my Obgyn and was considered cervical dysplasia and hpv -free. I intentionally made this thread factual and emotion-free, and will probably start another string to share my thoughts and feelings. Being HPV and Cervical Dysplasia (CIN3) free for a few months now, I feel so blessed and want to give something back. I'm looking to join an organization where I can offer support to patients diagnosed with cervical dysplasia and hpv. If you know of any such orgs, I would appreciate the links.
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    Cervical dyplasia and HPV

    Just like every woman is, I was shocked when I found out that I had HPV and Cervical Dysplasia. If someone had told me this when I was diagnosed, my life and healing process would have been so much easier and less stressful! When I got the news, I did research every day until my eyes hurt. I read blogs, books and talked to everyone. Even with the incredible support of my family, friends and boyfriend, I was so lost about what to do. The standard medical protocol, as you probably know, is to do a Leep procedure. This did not feel right to me; I did not like the idea of having the end of my cervix shaved off. What I didn't know is that just like the standard MEDICAL protocol (Leep), there is also a standard treatment with Cervugid Ovules (vaginal suppository). Of course you should choose what feels right to YOU, but for me, this was the answer, and what a relief it was to find the answer! This is the treatment that gynecologists all over the Europe and USA are recommending to their patients with cervical dysplasia and HPV high risk and they have been for years. In fact, shortly after I discovered this treatment option, I spoke to my aunt who said she had it done this treatment with Cervugid Ovules few years ago and she was cured of Cervical HPV. Immediately following this news, I underwent treatment with Cervugid Ovules recommended by my obgyn. First I took 3 boxes of Cervugid Ovules with break between them 7 days and after 6 months another 3 boxes. This treatment is designed to treat Cervical HPV and many vaginal infections. after finishing treatment I did again all medical tests and were negative for HPV. My message for women is to not take your health for granted, and take steps to prevent cervical HPV from happening. Don't wait! Go for your regular physician check-ups, and pay attention to what you can do to control and manage your health, especially if you have a young family depending upon you.
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