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HPV high risk problems

carla72
carla72 Member Posts: 3

I was diagnosed with recurring cervical dysplasia & HPV over 5 years ago (in my early 40's). I had 3 cervical conings (where they freeze the surface cells.) After the 4th positive test result, I decided to take different action. I did a lot of on-line research,day and night, which lead me to try a new HPV treatment known as "Cervugid Ovules". I took this treatment with Cervugid ovules for 6 courses with breaks between each box (along with additional Vit C and consciously getting more rest, more exercise, and exploring way to de-stress). My next pap and exam proved that I was clear -- and I have never had a problem since. I recommended this treatment with Cervugid Ovules to my sister (she was in her 30's), and 2 neices (early to mid-20s)... they all experienced the same result... future paps and testings were clear. research, educate and pay attention to what treatments you are drawn to. Good luck and good health!!