While HPV is a very common virus, it can be shocking to receive positive test results. After all, there are no symptoms – and it can cause cancer. What’s worse is that the standard medical approach does not include options to help you in healing HPV once you have it.
Abnormal Pap & HPV
Abnormal pap smears are often caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) and require further testing to get at the root cause – which can be stress, digestive issues, birth control, and other triggers. Together, we can work together to lower your susceptibility to – and even reverse – HPV.
Using easy yet effective strategies to reduce stress can improve “vagal tone.” This is absolutely key for keeping HPV activity at bay and helping you have a healthy pregnancy as well.
Even when we do our best to eat clean and create a safe home environment, sometimes issues with immunity, fertility, and HPV remain. This is when we must look at how we can actively lower inflammation levels by avoiding reactionary foods as well as supporting our gut and liver.
Clean Eating boosts your immune protection to help you heal from HPV, increase fertility and the factors that contribute to a healthy pregnancy. In Part 3 of her series on HPV and fertility, Dr. Doni lays out five Clean Eating Actions you can take right now, even in the midst of your busy lifestyle!
Environmental toxins and stress are both epigenetic factors that can activate HPV and affect fertility. In Part 2 of her series on HPV and fertility, Dr. Doni explains the connection.
Do you have burning questions about HPV? In this episode, Dr. Doni demystifies some of the stigmas around HPV and provides practical solutions to treat it.
Just because you have a positive HPV test result, doesn’t mean you can’t get pregnant and have a healthy baby. What you need to do right now is get all the facts about Human papillomavirus. Then develop a plan that can address both the virus and your fertility.
Dr. Doni talks about how to prevent and reverse HPV (Human papillomavirus) and why the conventional medicine approach to HPV is often insufficient.
There are several misunderstandings about HPV. Dr. Doni answers some of the most common questions about HPV.
HPV is a virus, and anyone is susceptible. If we take early action, it is reversible. Let’s cut through some of the myths and misinformation so you can start a treatment protocol – before it develops into cancer.