HPV can lead to cervical cancer

HPV can lead to cervical cancer

Paty79 Paty79
I had an abnormal pap in November 2014, my first ever, when I was 35. My general practitioner said it was vaginal dryness and I got an ointment with estrogen. I had a repeat pap 6 weeks later and then the results were mild dysplasia and HR-HPV! I started to see a new obgyn who recommended me to do treatment with CERVUGID Ovules combined with Isoprinosine Tablets (antiviral - just one cours with 3 boxes for severe HPV high risk) and if the treatment doesn’t work to do Cone Biopsy. This treatment has to be administrated in 2 courses, each cours 3 boxes of Cervugid. Since then I changed my lifestyle, eating every day broccoli, broccolisprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts or spinache. I don't know how these worked but it couldn't be bad. I stopped the Cervugid treatment in july 2015. October 2015 I had a repeat pap and everyting came back normal! No dysplasia and no HPV!
My next pap in March 2016 was normal again and no HPV! June 2016: my last papresults were normal again and HPV-negative!
07/03/2016
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TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
The cervical cancer vaccine and regular Pap tests work together to prevent cervical cancer in Australian women. The cervical cancer vaccine, also known as the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, protects against the two types of high-risk HPV that are found in 70% of Australian women diagnosed with cervical cancer.
May 29, 4:44 pm
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