Cervical Dysplasia

This potentially serious condition should be cared for under the guidance of a professional health care provider. But with the following guidelines the risks can be reduced dramatically. There are two classes of virus that seem to play a strong role in this pre-cancerous situation: herpes simplex type II (HSV-II) and human papilloma virus (HPV). Dysplasia means that there is an abnormal cell condition, in this case in the cervical area. It can be an early warty condition, or a mild, moderate or severe dysplasia, which moves into a cancerous situation, depending on the severity.

Recommended Action

There are six major factors that seem to increase the risk of Cervical Dysplasia: smoking (3 fold increase), more than 5 sexual partners (3.4 fold increase), first intercourse before 18 years old (2.7 fold increase), oral contraception for more than 8 years (3.6 fold increase), deficiency of beta-carotene (2.8 fold increase) and deficiency of vitamin C (6.7 fold increase). If this condition is diagnosed you should avoid sugars, white flours, fried food, sodas, alcohol, coffee, and black tea. Reduction of red meat and especially animal fat should be adhered to. A diet high in fiber as well as a good concentration of fresh water-containing fruits and vegetables. Drink six to eight cups of reverse osmosis or steam-distilled water daily.

Single Herbs: Garlic (orally or as suppository coated with olive oil), Red Clover, Burdock, Goldenseal (douche).

Nutritional Supplements: Folic acid (10 mg daily for 3 months, 2.5 mg after), B6 (50 mg, three times daily), B12 (1 mg daily), BEVC (2 tablets, twice daily), Beta-carotene (100,000 IU, twice daily), B complex (1 tablet, twice daily), Vitamin C (1,000 mg, three times daily), Vitamin E (200 IU daily), Selenium (400 mcg daily), Zinc (30 mg daily).