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Natural cure for HPV

Natural cure for HPV has been found to be very effective. HPV can induce different conditions of skin and mucosal membranes. First of all, it is the main cause of different kinds of warts: plantar, flat, laryngeal, genital warts, etc. This virus is frequently associated with abnormal cell changes on the cervix called dysplasia which is a precursor of cervical cancer. In most cases the course of HPV infection is asymptomatic, and people don’t know they are infected. Usually HPV-infected people go to a clinic when they have already developed an HPV-related disease. 

Natural cure for HPV is aimed to reinforce immune protection. Most often HPV-induced problems occur when the immune system is weakened. Normally, our immune system is able to identify viruses and it uses different mechanisms to suppress their activity or eliminate them. Virus infected cells may be detected and destroyed by special immune cells. When the immune system is suppressed or the local immunity is lowered, which can be related to different health problems, HPV infection has a chance to develop and cause warts or dysplasia. 

It is almost impossible to detect HPV unless it causes visible lesions. HPV exists inside the cells and it uses special strategies to resist human immune defenses. HPV-infected cells have an ability to escape immune recognition and elimination. Certain HPV proteins are able to inhibit specific substances that initiate immune response to infections. In addition, HPV reproduction occurs in the squamous cells destined for death which are under a low immune surveillance. Therefore, it is important to stimulate and support immune response towards HPV infection. Natural cure for HPV has proved its efficacy to achieve this goal. 

There exist many medical methods used for surgical removal of HPV-associated lesions, like warts and cervical dysplasia. They include, for example, laser treatment, cold knife conisation, cryosurgery, loop electrosurgical excision. In general, surgical methods are painful, invasive, and generally traumatic. After surgery, patients usually need some period of time for recuperation. The treatment of cervical dysplasia may have such complications as cervical incompetence, cervical stenosis, and infertility. Surgery is often much more expensive than any natural treatment. Natural cure for HPV helps to avoid these problems.

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HPV
Cervical Dysplasia
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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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