That Abnormal Result – our Solution


Yesterday we wanted to create some new awareness around pap smears and abnormal results leading to cervical dysplasia.  We’re back today with a bit more about what to do if you find yourself in the situation of an abnormal test result.  Nat has shared a lot of information about this recently on her blog and so we wanted to present some of what she’s said here today as well.

“I’ve had a couple of dodgy test results come up myself – and whilst they were just at the inflammation stage on the scale, they still weren’t normal.  Like many people, my life at times goes from crazy to busy and then back to crazy with a little bit of stress thrown in the mix.  And so at these same times, I’ve known that my test results probably wouldn’t come up with a flashing green light.  But hey – remember that ovulation tutorial I shared a little while back?  It tells you so much about their reproductive health because as you get used to watching your fertile patterns – any change in this is obvious AND always a sign that things aren’t quite right.  Who needs pap smears when we have our own odometer !? We just need to learn to tap into it.  Of course pap smears are a great tool to check and make sure, especially for those women who are disconnected from their lady parts.

So first things first.  If you have ever had an abnormal result, it’s important to then be regularly having pap tests to keep track of what is going on.

Secondly – know that if you’ve been treated for cervical dysplasia, you still must implement measures to ensure it doesn’t come back.  It’s one thing to remove abnormal cells, but the virus isn’t taken care of.  That’s still in you unless you get your body fighting fit to rid of it.

Here’s how to practice prevention:

There are several supplements you need to add to your routine.  Folic acid (which the pill strips your body of) is most often lacking in women with cervical dysplasia.  Therefore those on the pill really need to be wary.  Studies have show a considerable improvement in women with cervical dysplasia who were taking 10mg per day of folic acid.  So pop it on your shopping list today and never skimp on quality where it counts.  This is one of those areas.  Dose: up to 800mcg for all.  For those trying to reverse a bad pap result, double this dose (1600mcg).

Vitamin A has also been shown to improve the results in those presenting with abnormal pap tests.  16,000IU is suggested for all.  Add an extra 8000 IU for those in treatment mode.

A quality multivitamin is also key – to sort out all the stuff in between and reinforce your body with the requirements it needs.

A quality multivitamin is also key – to sort out all the stuff in between and reinforce your body with the requirements it needs.

There is a good list of antiviral herbs available both from Chinese herbal medicine and western herbal medicine.  Remember, ridding yourself of the virus is key to stop the abnormal cell growth returning.

These are just a few tip and Nat has more specific supplements, herbal remedies and suggestions – keep reading here for those.

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