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07-21-2015, 05:20 AM #1New Member
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Cervical HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)
Like many other women, I also believed that if the doctor didn’t call me, there was no problem. It took 2-3 weeks before I received my test results, and I was shocked to hear the diagnosis of cervical disease due to a persistent HPV infection. Immediately following this news, I underwent treatment with Cervugid Ovules recommended by my gyn.First I took 3 boxes of Cervugid Ovules with break between them 7 days and after 6 months another 3 boxes. Thankfully, I had an excellent support system and trust in my doctor who made sure I did everything I could to eliminate this problem.
I am happy to report that since 2014, I am free of cervical HPV infection. 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. You don’t want to be surprised with these results like I was, and you don’t want to depend on the doctor to remind you or call you – double check what you need and take your own action.
07-21-2015, 05:43 AM #2
Re: Cervical HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)
Firstly, welcome to LifeSupporters.
Your post is a timely reminder for women everywhere to take control of their health issues, not matter what age they are.
Too many of us do as you said and adopt the attitude of "no news is good news".
It is so good to hear that you are free of cervical HPV infection and I wish you continued good health.
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