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Abnormal cervical cells can be caused by the human papillomavirus, otherwise known as HPV. In many cases, the body’s immune system clears HPV within 2 years. In some other cases, HPV can lead to cervical cancer.
If your pap test does show that you have abnormal cervical cells, there are several factors that come into play when determining the course of your treatment. These include: how old you are, your overall health, your gynecological history, as well as your personal values about your health.
If it is the right fit, you could see benefits of considering naturopathic options for your healing.
Why Consider Naturopathic Treatment Options For Abnormal Cervical Cells?
Should you go the naturopathic route, your treatment options reduce the risk of damage and scarring to your cervix.
That's because naturopathic treatment options put the focus on two main things:
(1) Your body's innate ability to heal
(2) The abnormal cervical cells directly
For this, True Harmony offers the following naturopathic treatment options.
A topical mixture of herbs and minerals that encourage death of the abnormal cells. It also promotes growth of the normal cells. Ten of these treatments are needed, followed by a pap test to check the outcome.
Suppositories, Supplements, and Nutrition
Boosting your immune system can help to encourage healing in your cervix, and that is what this treatment option is designed to do
There are also other treatments if the above options aren't a good fit, including:
● Repeat PAP
● Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)
● Cone Biopsy
If you are looking into your naturopathic options for abnormal cervical cells, request an appointment to meet with Dr. Denise Grobe, ND by clicking the “request appointment” button in the upper right hand corner of this website. You can also call (480) 539-6646 to schedule your appointment.
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