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... onths and have remained normal for about 2 years now. For very low grade displasia I don't know why the doctors don't recommend that the patients at least TRY a natural treatment since the condition seems to reoccur after surgery in many cases that isn't a sure cure either! ... (14 replies)
... I am taking supplements that increase my body's natural immune system in the hope of getting rid of hpv...or at least it's symptoms. Most doctors here in Italy recommend taking them if hpv is found. ... (9 replies)
... a cream for HPV based on that and FDA approved. ... (9 replies)

... Ivana, I apologize if you think I was trying to challenge or discourage you. Probably no one is more likely than I am to go naturopathic before allopathic, within reason. In fact, I tried naturopathic first, myself. Most women who have tried the naturopathic route have posted good to excellent success stories. Usually you don't know if the body was going to heal itself, or if... (9 replies)
... It gave me hope, because even after Leep HPV is still there... ... (9 replies)
... So, no, I wasn't retested for HPV because it would be useless, I know I still have it. I am just waiting for the results of the biopsy to confirm the margins are clear. ... (9 replies)
... Ivana, were you retested after LEEP to confirm you are still HPV+? Or did LEEP fail to eliminate the CIN 1? I've heard of that mushroom, and read the study from Portugal. The study size was extremely small and the results were not that great. Still, if you can find a quality supplement, I don't think it will hurt. Perhaps it's more widely used elsewhere; the US is less... (9 replies)
... I know there are a lot of supplements that you can take to boost the immune system, but this one was actually studied specifically for HPV and there is clinical evidence it helps... ... (9 replies)
... mune system must have been the major kick...Can't wait for the results of the next PAP.. I really really really hope that my internal system would respond to the treatment as the external did... ... (2 replies)
... and HPV test that came back negative. They told me to come back in a year but I decided to come back in 6 months. My next pap came back LGSIL. ... (14 replies)
... It consumed me for 2 years. I had an appointment to get a leep last August and I was looking up info for Leeps on the internet and instead I found a web site for NATURAL remedies for HPV and Cervical dysplasia. I could not believe it I thought it was a dream. ... (14 replies)
... Just remembered the name! They are called Finderm Forte (strong) Basically just used to help the healing along, I could buy them over the counter so nothing very special about them I don't think. The supplements I'm taking are called Immunomix, no idea how to translate the properties sorry! take them for 20 days and then stop for 20 days and then restart. I have no idea... (9 replies)
... Ivana no I wasn't given that. I was given vaginal tablet things to use for 3 weeks after. I can't remember the name (I can find out if you want) I think they were just basically to help with the healing and had no antibiotic properties. (9 replies)
... Jennifer, were you also given Fitostimuline after LEEP? My doctor gave it to me and I see they were made in Italy. Ivana (9 replies)
... risk HPV so I should go for the LEEP. ... (14 replies)
... No. I don't think she did an ECC. She said my case was mild/moderate so she had to treat it as severe. She did however do a biopsy of the endometrium which came back negative. So that is negative HPV, negative endometrium biopsy, mild/moderate dysplasia. I think I should at least be a candidate for the cryosurgery. She waited 8 days to give me the bio results, yet wanted... (14 replies)
... that depends on what strain of hpv is causing the cin1. ... (4 replies)
... exactly! We have the same dysplasia diagnosis and unfortunately, this ambiguous result will generate different treatment recommendations with different doctors. Trust me, THAT in and of itself is frustrating! ... (36 replies)
Oct 25, 2007
... Yeah, unfortunately, next comes the waiting game which royally stinks to find out what kind of treatment if any is required. ... (1 replies)
... GYN said she'd give me 3 more months to put off the LEEP, but if it progressed at all, I'd have to get the LEEP done. I, instead, sought treatment from a naturopathic physician about a month and a half later and frantically tried to change the course of this HPV. ... (1 replies)

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