In 2018, after the first time doing PAP-smear testing, I got to know I had cervical dysplasia. Cervical dysplasia refers to the abnormal changes in the cells on the surface of the cervix. The changes are not cancer, but they can lead to cancer of the cervix if not treated. Cervical dysplasia is caused by certain strains of HPV. In this post, I will share my success story using natural ways to treat this. Three months later, all the cells were back to normal and no HPV was found according to two PAP-smear tests.
Using the natural way to deal with it is at your own risk. I am not a medical professional, so please follow your doctor’s advice. What I did that I post here is to help others if they do choose to heal their body using natural methods and knowing there is time for that; when it is not too late.
In my case, I took the risk to see what will happen using natural methods, since the doctors gave me time to wait and see (three or four months) and then go back for another checkup. Sometimes cervical dysplasia will go away by itself. If one’s immunity is strong enough, the body will heal itself with cervical dysplasia. I decided to help my body to heal itself and if it did not work out, then I follow the doctor’s advice: to use surgery to remove the lesions. The good thing was I still had time to do so, it was not cancer yet.
The first PAP-smear result was lightly abnormal cells found (cin1) and infection with a high-risk HPV virus. Further tests were needed to see how severely it was spread. The second test was a colposcopy and biopsy, two tissues were taken at 6 and 12 o’clock. The result of this was a biopsy at 12 o’clock ok, 6 o’clock cin2-3 moderate and severe abnormal cells (dysplasia) were found.
Without treatment, some cases of moderate dysplasia may progress to cervical cancer over a period of several years. How many years that would be is unknown and different for each individual. I took this seriously and worked on this project without any delay. I was not the type that would just sit, and wait for it to improve. I knew nothing will improve by itself if I do not consciously work on this, or else it would not have further developed into cin2-3.
I did lots of reading on the internet: articles, blog posts, and forums and I made a summary of herbs that were used and with high success rates. The success stories of women who tried and succeeded were extra motivating for my own progress and experiment. I decided to share my findings and good outcome with you so that you can heal yourself too.
Supplements to take
Supplements are more potent than food or tea, they use concentrated extracts and processed them into tablets.
I have used the following:
- AHCC – 3 grams – in the morning on an empty stomach 1 hour before eating, super important one!! Many women got healed because of taking this for two-three months - Vitamin E – 400 up to 800 IU daily – best to use the mixed tocopherols one (includes the beta and gamma forms) - Vitamin B11 (Folic Acid) 1000 mcg (1 gram) – best in the form of MTHF methyltetrahydrofolate - Vitamin B11 (Folic Acid) 5 mg – high dosage prescribed by the doctor - Vitamin B12 – 1000 mcg (1 gram) – best in the form of methylcobalamin - Vitamin B12 Neuromet 500 mcg – high dosage, prescribed by the doctor - Vitamin C – 1 gram to 2 grams daily - Curcumin – 1000 mg - Astragalus - 500 mg – best amount is between 500 mg and 1000 mg - Vitamin A/beta-carotene – 5000 up to 10.000 IU - Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) – 400 mg - Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – 1.6 mg to 10 mg daily. - Zinc – 15 mg to 25 mg - Selenium – 200 mcg - Lycopene – 1 mg to 5 mg - Ashwagandha – 500-600 mg daily
You do not need to take all of them like I did, I just wanted to make sure I will be healed as soon as possible, so I took everything.
If I could only choose one, then I would take AHCC. It’s not cheap though, but it’s a very powerful herb that helps boost the immune system so your body will do the healing by itself! And if you do not mind taking some more, I would suggest also taking Vitamin E, Vitamin B11 and Vitamin B12.
I can also share with you the food recommendations that you can corporate into your diet:
- EGCG: Green tea
- Indole-3-carbinol (I3C): broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale and cauliflower (cruciferous vegetables)
- Vitamin A: green/orange/red fruits and vegetables
- Especially fresh and cooked tomatoes helped to fight HPV
- Red peppers, yams, green leafy vegetables
- Vitamin C: citrus fruits, bell peppers and strawberries
- Selenium: brazil nuts and mushrooms
- Riboflavin (B2): almonds, wheat germ, whole grains
- Vitamin E: whole grains, wheat germ, beans, eggs and vegetable oils
- Zinc: whole grains, apples, black-eyed peas
- Lycopene – fresh tomatoes and tomato products
- Anti-viral herbs: elderberry, echinacea, calendula, garlic, astragalus root, cat’s claw, ginger, liquorice root, olive leaf, oregano, oregano oil and goldenseal
- Raw cheeses made from goat’s milk, sheep’s milk and A2 cow’s milk
- Kvass, Kombucha (fermented tea)
- Probiotic foods: kimchi, sauerkraut, live cultured yoghurt, greek yoghurt, Goat’s milk kefir or coconut kefir
- Mushrooms: reishi, shiitake, Coriolus, maitake, Agaricus
And some bad habits to break:
Stop smoking, do not use birth control pills, no fried foods, no caffeine, no refined sugar in any form (increases inflammation, reduces immune function).
While I was starting to take supplements and improving my diet I also consulted with Detlev Becker who does energy clearing, not only for houses but also for people’s bodies. He also helped me with this by clearing the energy in my body. When you do decide to contact him, please write in the German language, you can use Google Translate for this. This is how I contacted him.
Another method I tried was acupuncture, although I was clear of the virus and my cells were back to normal the day that I tried acupuncture. I of course was not aware of this, since the day I did my first acupuncture session was preceded by a PAP-smear test in the morning. The result of the PAP-smear came two weeks later and it turned out the cells were normal, with no abnormality. I did another test that also test on HPV to see if it was really true and it was. All came back that I did not have HPV and also all the cells were normal.
Below you can find the resources I have used in 2018 that are still existing links as of writing 5 June 2023, so you can do your own reading. I wish you good luck in your recovery!
How I Fought HPV (2012 blog article)
Have HPV? How to clear the infection (2016 Fox News article)
How mushroom pills fixed my HPV and cervix abnormalities (2018 blog article)
Understanding Cervical Dysplasia (2001 whitepaper)
Herb formulas and dietary therapy for HPV (2016 article)
Medicinal herbs to prevent cervical cancer
Cervical Neoplasia (cancer) & TCM (2016 article)
HPV from a holistic perspective
HPV Human Papillomavirus STD treatment, symptoms & causes