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Posted - 12/16/2015 :  12:36:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I was diagnosed with high risk HPV when I was 35 years old. And of course, my first initial reaction was disgust with myself (and my past partner I had), sadness, anger, confusion and probably most of the similar emotions a person would feel when they first find out they had an STD. I started researching HPV on internet that I came to terms with my HPV. I realized that it could have been my ex-partner that had given me HPV, but it also could have been any of the partners I had had prior to that.
I ended up having to have a colposcopy done on my cervix. They were concerned that I could possibly have some pre-cancerous cells. The colposcopy literally scared me. I think when someone tells you that they are checking for pre-cancerous cells, there is a part of you that immediately assumes the worse. I was extremely ashamed of myself.
Once I got my results back from the colposcopy, which were positive.I started a treatment with Cervugid Ovules recommended my obgyn that I consider the best doctor in NY.He told me to take one suppository per night for 12 nights. Treatment is with 3 boxes of Cervugid Ovules first time and another 3 boxes after 6 months. I felt positive about using this product.
After I followed all the treatment I returned to the doctor to replenish medical test. It was the best day of my life then the result came back negative for HPV and the PAP test came back to normal.
Iím so grateful to this great doctor for this treatment.
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