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Cervical Cancer Chance?

Postby Ekerd » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:51 pm

chances of cervical cancer without HPV from sexual transmission are nearly zero

in another question you mentioned bacterial vaginosis... this is tricky to treat & usually has to be treated as both a fungal & bacterial infection to make any headway in treatment

you will probably have to revise your diet... get rid of bread, cheese, anything fungal such as mushrooms, and all sugar (including all sugar substitutes except stevia) --- all of those things feed fungal infections

when you have a UTI, it is very important to get rid of sodas & drink more water or cranberry juice (not the over-sugared cranberry juice cocktail). if you can't tolerate real cranberry juice, then get some dried cranberry capsules

add in yogurt & kefir a few times a day... not yogurt with sugar or fruit... just plain yogurt & look for the yogurts that are highest in live bacteria (fage is an excellent brand)... if you can't stand plain yogurt, then get some probiotic capsules

soaking in a bath heavy with epsom salts will help draw out some of the bacteria

using a tampon soaked in plain yogurt will also help... don't wear it for more than about an hour

keep working with your doctor to treat bacterial & fungal vaginal & urinary infections
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Cervical Cancer Chance?

Postby Masichuvio » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:52 pm

Risk for a 17 year old virgin is virtually zero.
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Postby Donavan » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:57 pm

I highly doubt a 17yo virgin would be given a pap smear.
Your chances of having cervical cancer are pretty much zero.
Most of the symptoms of cervical cancer (except those related to sex) can be symptoms of most things.
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Postby Balgair » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:58 pm

If you aren't sexually active, you don't get a pap smear. You also don't have cervical cancer.
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