Cervical Dysplasia Precancerous cells

Mon, 06/12/2023 - 02:20

The gynecologist who consulted me and where my tests were taken due to the diagnosis of Cervical Dysplasia, i.e. the appearance of precancerous cells originating from an HPV not treated on time, prescribed me the use 2 courses of 3 boxes each course with CERVUGID Ovules and Isoprinosine .
The problem is that I have not found this treatment anywhere...
Can someone help me with information?

JanineT GRACE …
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GRACE Community Outreach Team

Hi Berta, I could not find any authoritative info or patient experiences on either of those drugs except for some advertisements and a fb page...but nothing from anywhere that I can say is legit.  I'd ask for resources that point to actual data in real people before buying and especially using it.


Below are 2 links that describe cervical dysplasia and the standard treatments used according to individual risk factors. 

Cleveland Clinic

Mayo Clinic

I hope all goes well,



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Operations Director, GRACE


Hi Berta, I agree with Janine that the gynecologist should be able to share some real patient experience data.  The pharmacist also might be a resource.  Here is an abstract from the NIH, originally in Romanian - but it is a bit scientific - on Cervugid ovules.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15832988/.  And Isoprinosine: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/83189/

The only other mention I see is an older reference that Cervugid is marketed out of Romania but hasn't been approved by the FDA in the US.  

Regards - 


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