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Got the news i have 2 strains of HPV that are culprits of cervical cancer, one is 18 which 16 and 18 cause 70% of cervical cancer. My mom died from cervical cancer, she went many years without paps. Most if not all of her sisters and my own sister have had cervical dysplasia. As of November 2008 I was HPV negative. Fast forward 5 years, ex cheated, divorced more than one year and have had other partners in the past year. I do not know if ex gave it to me or a new partner and quite frankly that does not matter to me. My pap was normal, but 18 and 31 showed up on the HPV test. Of course I will diligently get my PAP every year, but is there any special vitamins or supplements etc that may help HPV from attacking my cervix? 



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There is a book called "The Path of Practice, A Woman's Book of Ayurvedic Healing" by: Bri. Maya Tiwari. This book gives a glimpse into how she rid her body naturally with cancer.  Also you can have pre-cancerous cells lasered off if tests show you have them.

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