HPV viruses

Cervical cancer is the second most frequent malignant disease in women and third most frequent cause of death in women.
It is the only malignant disease where primary as well as secondary prevention is possible – since we know the cause – human papillomavirus (HPV).

Human papillomavirus is transmitted by sex or close contact with infected genial mucous membrane or skin. According to the capability of the virus to change the cells of the cervix and other tissues into cancer cells, the papillomaviruses are divided into low and high cancer risk groups.

Low-risk HPV area cause of genital warts in women and men. High-risk HPV are capable of causing precancerosis and cancer of cervix, penis and anogenital area.

If during the regular gynecological check-up your gynecologist found a deteriorated PAP smear test and presence of HPV, you should:
  • Schedule an immunological assessment – if necessary the immunologist can prescribe drugs to boost your immunity
  • Include a lot of green leaf vegetables in your diet
  • Take folic acid in tablets – as a dietary supplement
  • Take antioxidants in tablets (especially vitamin C)
  • Take capsules containing indole-3-carbinol
  • Depending on the results of the PAP smear and the recommendations of your gynecologist, you should schedule a follow-up smear test in 3 months
  • Ask your sexual partner to have a HPV test and recommend INDONAL to your sexual partner

Cervical cancer can be prevented by showing up for the scheduled gynecological appointments.

Cancer can be prevented by regular preventive examinations by specialists.

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