My name is Cyndi, and in January 22, 2013, I was diagnosed with Cervical HPV. I remember the first thing I did was break down crying. When I was first diagnosed, I could not believe that something like this had happened to me. I had three partners my whole life and serious relationships with all three. Worst of all, I found out that my current boyfriend, who I had been with for a while, had cheated on me and had not used condoms in the process. I felt disgusting, lost, and suicidal. I can’t say how many treatments I had to get for my cervical HPV.
The reason I want to share my story though, after being clear of HPV since October 2013, is that I know everyone reading this is going through such a hard time right now. You may be thinking you’re disgusting. You may be thinking you are not strong enough to handle this, but you are!!! The number one person that helped me through this process is my doctor, who recommended me to one of the best treatments for cervical HPV called Cervugid Ovules (a vaginal suppository). First, I took 3 boxes of Cervugid Ovules with 7 day breaks between them, and after 6 months and another 3 boxes, my next visit to the OB/GYN resulted in a negative lab result for cervical HPV. Now 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 in 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.
The informational content of this article is intended to convey a personal experience and, because every person’s experience is unique, should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.
This article is intended to convey general educational information and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.