There is a treatment for HPV and VIN

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There is a treatment for HPV and VIN

by sofiaroma on Sun Dec 20, 2009 07:45 PM

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I have posted several messages during the past two years on this board. If you read the messages in the vulvar cancer under "hope is here" that is me,if you have cervical or vaginal cancer or precancer,you need to read my messages.

As you can see from my previous posts,my daughter was diagnosed with VIN III at the age of 19. She had to have a partial vulvectomy in February of 2008. In April of 09',the hpv came back in the form of VIN I and VIN II. This time the doctor wanted to do the laser ,four sessions due to the very extensive infection.

I decided to spare my daughter from such pain by trying an alternative,and as you can see from the previous messages,it worked. The oncologist was speechless when she did a biopsy in May. Not only all the spots on her vulva were gone,the biopsy came back clear. The doc was so shocked in surprise that she wanted the name of the product,I gave the the empty bottle and literature I printed out from the Bioresponse site.

During this seven  months from the treatment, my daughter had a complete regression of the VIN.Two wekks ago she went for an other visit and a biopsy found codiloma,which is not a malignant condition but it is the stage before it turns into VIN I. Therefor we will go back from mantainance on the Dim,to a higher dose. I just wanted everyone to know,either you have cervical,vaginal or vulvar precancer or cancer, that the Bioresponse works to get read of the bad cells. It is being used in studies at the National Cancer Institute.

We feel blessed to have found it,please write to me with any questions you may have. I will be glad to help.

Happy mom

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by ARLEETA40 on Tue Feb 02, 2010 05:21 AM

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Hi, happy mom i had a few questions my mom has stage 4 vulvar had surgery lymph nodes removed radiation and chemo 4 months later its back and hit lymph nodes again... We are looking for more options trying to keep her positive wandering if what your talking about might be hopeful .would love more info....thank you

 

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by sofiaroma on Wed May 26, 2010 03:26 PM

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On Feb 02, 2010 5:21 AM ARLEETA40 wrote:

Hi, happy mom i had a few questions my mom has stage 4 vulvar had surgery lymph nodes removed radiation and chemo 4 months later its back and hit lymph nodes again... We are looking for more options trying to keep her positive wandering if what your talking about might be hopeful .would love more info....thank you

 

I apologize for responding with such delay,I have not been on this site for  a while. I hope your mom is better by now. I can"t really say if the Dim would help your mom since you don't mention if the cancer is caused by HPV. If this is the case, you should write to customer service via the Bioresponse site,they should be able to give you advice according to the type of cancer and also the medications your mother is on.I hope this helps and I wish you all the best to you and your mom.

Lina

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by acco1 on Mon Nov 28, 2011 04:19 PM

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On May 26, 2010 3:26 PM sofiaroma wrote:

On Feb 02, 2010 5:21 AM ARLEETA40 wrote:

Hi, happy mom i had a few questions my mom has stage 4 vulvar had surgery lymph nodes removed radiation and chemo 4 months later its back and hit lymph nodes again... We are looking for more options trying to keep her positive wandering if what your talking about might be hopeful .would love more info....thank you

 

I apologize for responding with such delay,I have not been on this site for  a while. I hope your mom is better by now. I can"t really say if the Dim would help your mom since you don't mention if the cancer is caused by HPV. If this is the case, you should write to customer service via the Bioresponse site,they should be able to give you advice according to the type of cancer and also the medications your mother is on.I hope this helps and I wish you all the best to you and your mom.

Lina

Hi i have had 2 surgeries for vin 3 since july this year and i am about to have my 3rd next week. So far the surgery has been extensive with no resolve it has come back within the 6 weeks that i go back to see my consultant. I am going to order som bioresponse dim 150 could you please tell me the dosage that i would need to take as i am prepared to try anything rather than have to have a fourth surgery and thanks for posting about the dim and glad it has worked for you : )

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by Mariaor on Thu Mar 08, 2012 09:42 PM

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Hi happy mom. Thanks For the info. I was diagnosed with VIN II today. My question is really related to treatment. Is it necessary to have a vulvectomy for VIN II? Or would laser do? I will Buy the 150 DIM. I have the website saved. Ive also been told to use dermovate steroidal cream...but that is just to calm Down the redness and inflammation. I know VIN II is Not cancer. But I've already had carcinoma of my cervix when I was 26, and now VIN II at 29. It's a completely different ball game with the vulva. I can see it I am Symptomatic and it may effect me health sex life with my partner.i really am Extremely sad and scared. The consultants treat this as if it is a flu. I just want someone to take it seriously as I've my life ahead of me. Any help would be most appreciated, thanks!

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by Mariaor on Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:20 PM

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Hi there! Just wondering about your surgeries? Were they local Excisions or laser? The problem With VIN 111 is that it is severe dysphasia so it grows more rapidly. I am going to try DIM 150 for VIN 11. They did a biopsy and found VIN 11. But I now have to have mapping biopsies of the vulva under GA. this is to see is there any other areas of VIN. Just wanted to ask about surgical Excisions of these areas? It was obviously extremely painful when you had these? Was the recovery from Local Excisions of VIN long? 2-3weeks? Did anything help you with the pain or to stop You having pain when u passed water? Vaseline act as a protective barrier? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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by sofiaroma on Sun Jun 10, 2012 01:29 PM

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On Mar 15, 2012 12:20 PM Mariaor wrote:

Hi there! Just wondering about your surgeries? Were they local Excisions or laser? The problem With VIN 111 is that it is severe dysphasia so it grows more rapidly. I am going to try DIM 150 for VIN 11. They did a biopsy and found VIN 11. But I now have to have mapping biopsies of the vulva under GA. this is to see is there any other areas of VIN. Just wanted to ask about surgical Excisions of these areas? It was obviously extremely painful when you had these? Was the recovery from Local Excisions of VIN long? 2-3weeks? Did anything help you with the pain or to stop You having pain when u passed water? Vaseline act as a protective barrier? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Hi, I apologize for responding this late but I rarely come to the site. My daughter had Vin III and had to have  quiet a large excision, so large they had to remove skin from her thigh to cover the excision site. It took her about a month to recover, I had to take some time off to help her caring for the surgical site.Thank God for a wonderful gynecologist Oncologist and a fantastic  plastic surgeon who did a magnificient job, everythting looks pretty normal down there. This happened in 08'. In 09 when the lesions returned I scoured the internet for days until I found Bioresponse and started my daughter on three 150 mg capsules a day for the first week, Then  six a day for a month, two in the morning ,two at lunch and two in the evening, then four a day for the next two months. She experienced some headaches at first but this went away gradually. After a month her lesions had almost completely disappeared,the doctor  could not believe it,she had seen the extensive lesions and had prescribed the laser this time, but was shocked to see that they were gone and said she was going to share this with her collegues. It has been more than two years since then, five little spots have returned and we are spot treating with Aldara, this treatment last 6 weeks,if after it  they are still there then we are going back on the Bioresponse. To answer your questions, my daughter did have some pain from the surgery,did not use vaseline or creams since this could promote arboring of bacteria and infections. I hope you have found some relieve since you wrote.Good luck to you!

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by sofiaroma on Sun Jun 10, 2012 01:48 PM

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On Mar 08, 2012 9:42 PM Mariaor wrote:

Hi happy mom. Thanks For the info. I was diagnosed with VIN II today. My question is really related to treatment. Is it necessary to have a vulvectomy for VIN II? Or would laser do? I will Buy the 150 DIM. I have the website saved. Ive also been told to use dermovate steroidal cream...but that is just to calm Down the redness and inflammation. I know VIN II is Not cancer. But I've already had carcinoma of my cervix when I was 26, and now VIN II at 29. It's a completely different ball game with the vulva. I can see it I am Symptomatic and it may effect me health sex life with my partner.i really am Extremely sad and scared. The consultants treat this as if it is a flu. I just want someone to take it seriously as I've my life ahead of me. Any help would be most appreciated, thanks!

Hi,I apologize for the late reply. I totally understand your sadness, my daughter has her moments too. I am not sure what you have had done since you wrote,since I am not a doctor I cannot tell you if you could do without a vulvectomy. All I can say is that in my daughter's case, she had a mix of VIN II and VIN III, different grade lesions throughtout the affected area. In her case since she had quiet extensive lesions,a partial vulvectomy was necessairy. I have to say that if I would have known about Biopresponse back then, I would have tried that first before doing the surgery. Now that we know about it, we go back to it when lesions return.She has a few new lesions right now, but she has been good for over two years. We are trying the Aldara since the lesions are only a few, but if this does not work we will go back to the Bioresponse. I have written in this forum the amounts my daughter took, I just hope this will work for other women. This condition is very insidious and requires constant monitoring, make sure to inspect your vulva often and go to your doctor's appointments, the visits should include an inpection of the vulva under a special microscope, they use a special solution to make any new or small  lesions more visible.Good luck to you and hang in there, There are a number of pharmaceutical companies working on a therapeutic vaccine for people already infected. I think this is just around the corner.

Much love and Blessings!!

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RE: There is a treatment for HPV and VIN

by nosurgeryforme on Mon Mar 02, 2015 02:01 PM

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Hi Sofia, I have read your posts and so far have decided to try bioresponse before surgery. I too have refuse VIN3 and was encouraged to haveaser anlation. But apart from a small spot I have no symptoms and no discomfort. I am 50 years old and not willing to ruin my present to possibly -with no guarantees of anything- avoid the chance of getting cancer. But I will be monitoring my condition closely. I was wondering how is your daughter doing since your last post which was 2009 as far as I can see. Thank you for responding. I hope you get this message.

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by sofiaroma on Sun Jun 21, 2015 04:43 PM

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Hi, I apologize if I am responding this late. My daughter is doing great,she sees the oncologist every 6 months, no relapses so far, we feel blessed as we read this condition usually relapses. She has not been on the Bioresponses ince the last treatement which I believe was in 2010. Her last check up was 3 months ago,the Dr even did a test to see which strain of the Hpv virus she has but we were dumbfounded when it returned negative. The doctor thinks that her body clearedth e virus but anorther test was suggested in three years. We have no doubt that the Bioresponse is therea son for my daughter's remission,the doctor also feels the same as she has never seen anything like this, she said. But another reason that facilitates the virus to take ahold of the cells is affected by cigarette smoking. My daughter stopped completely in 2010 after the second relapse. Definitely the Dim eradicated the virus, but for long term remission, if you happen to be a smoker, a relapse is more likely. Good luck to and please let me know how you are doing.

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