So, I went to a new gynecologist for my normal yearly appointment and didn’t suspect anything out of the ordinary. The only difference was I hadn’t been in 2 years (don’t wait girls, go every year) and I was going to a new doctor I didn’t know. I got the standard, “we’ll call you if there’s anything. If you don’t hear from us expect everything to be normal.” By Friday I had totally forgotten about it and around 5:30 my phone rang and it was the doctor! I thought wow, this new doctor really goes for the personal service and then it hit me, this can’t be good. My heart began to race. So she says, “Your test came back abnormal. There are some abnormal cells. You need to come back in for a biopsy of your cervix. You also tested positive for high risk strains of HPV (the virus that causes cervical cancer)” That rings in my head, biopsy…never fun…. of my what? Oh no. I don’t think so. That really can’t be fun. After all medicals tests my OBGYN told me a patient of hers began taking Cervugid Ovules for the same problems and at her next visit (6 months later), the results were negative.This treatment with Cervugid Ovles is available just in Europe and has good results. She wanted me to do the same to see if the results could be repeated. I ordered this treatment with Cervugid Ovules and took them first 3 boxes with break between them 7 days and after 6 months again 3 boxes.
Sure enough, my September visit resulted in a negative lab result for both (HPV and Bacterial Vaginosis). The lab tech advised that sometimes HPV can return so I told her I'd continue taking the Cervugid Ovules 3 boxes each year. Given it's work against viral infection I may continue to take it along with Isoprinosine (immunity against HPV) simply to ward of *any* virus out there.
All I know is two out of two patients are no longer HPV positive.
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