HPV - Human Papillomavirus
The most common & manageable STI in the world.
HPV - Human Papillomavirus
I understand how you feel, I’ve been there too. I’ve lived with HPV for almost 20 years.
I’ve experienced the rollercoaster of emotions and confusion that comes along with an HPV diagnosis.
The good news is that HPV is easily manageable & preventable and it’s not as scary as it seems.
Even though once we have HPV, we have it for life, it is possible to heal.
I know, because I’ve done it – I’ve been HPV-free for 3 years.
And I’m here to help you do it too!
Some important facts about HPV
that maybe you didn't know about:
Whether you’ve lived with HPV for a long time or have recently been diagnosed, it IS possible to manage & prevent it from developing into a serious health issue.
Do you live with HPV?
If you do, I have good news for you...
The HPV virus depends on the health of your immune system, which is connected to your gut health.
This is why specific diet, nutrition & wellness practices are so important to managing, preventing, & healing HPV, by supporting your gut health to boost your immune system.
I know it works because I’ve done it, and I’m helping
so many women on their HPV healing journey too!
Are you ready to start your HPV healing journey?
My HPV Journey
I was diagnosed with HPV in my early 20’s, with the high-risk, precancerous cervical dysplasia type of HPV.
I noticed that I was bleeding heavily during sex as well as spotting regularly between periods. I knew this wasn’t normal and booked an appointment with my doctor for a pap smear.
When my results came back as HPV positive, with the high-risk type of cervical dysplasia, I panicked. I was scared, embarrassed, ashamed, and I didn’t understand what that meant.
The doctor didn’t really give me much information other than the fact that this type of HPV can potentially develop into cervical cancer if it’s not prevented, and I had to follow-up with a colposcopy and biopsy of my cervix.
A few months later, my colposcopy results determined that the cellular changes on my cervix were of concern, and it was recommended that I have the LEEP procedure to burn off the first layer of my precancerous cervical skin cells with a lazer.
Since then, I’ve been through the rollercoaster of abnormal, normal, and abnormal pap smear results. I’ve had to do another colposcopy but luckily I didn’t have to do another LEEP procedure.
Now for some good news – I’ve had 3 normal pap smear’s in the past 3 years! My cervical dysplasia is no longer at risk of developing into cervical cancer, and what I’m doing to manage it – IS WORKING!!!
There is a risk that my cervical dysplasia could come back (because when we have the HPV virus, it’s in our bodies for the rest of our lives).
That’s why it’s so important to learn how to manage it so that it doesn’t come back once it has healed.
And now, I’m helping so many women manage, prevent, and heal HPV, just like I have.
Holistic Nutritionist & Wellness coach empowering women to reclaim their sexual health. Find me on Social media below. Let’s connect!