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Old 09-13-2011, 03:26 AM
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Thank you for your excellent info. I have Lugol's on order and using the Seagate OLE, but would probably like to try the MMS. I would appreciate you sending me the second part of the book. I haven't tried to private message anyone on this site, but I'll try to figure that out and send you my e-mail address. Knowledge is indeed power!
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:21 PM
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Would a man presumed infected with HPV but asymptomatic benefit from Lugol's in any way? How would it be used, if so? The MMS and colloidal silver could be used equally by either gender, of course.
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Old 09-30-2011, 09:24 AM
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I began max dose of the Seagate Olive Leaf Extract on the 9th, began the Lugol's iodine on the 15th, colloidal silver on the 22nd. Kaiser refuses to re-test me before one year, saying I can't possibly be rid of the HPV this soon. Obviously, I'll have to go outside the Kaiser system to get re-tested, but not sure when I should do that. Any suggestions?
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:20 PM
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Well, bad news, folks! I went outside the Kaiser system to get re-tested. The ob-gyn office called this afternoon and I'm still positive, despite about six weeks with the products I've mentioned previously using. Kaiser just tests positive or negative. This clinic tests for strains too and I've got about 10 of the most high-risk ones for developing into cervical cancer. I asked their recommendations and all they said was get re-tested in a year. When I asked about abstinence they said they don't even recommend it! WHAT???? She says that 50% of girls/young women become positive on their first sexual encounter and that 80-90% of all sexually-active adults are HPV positive at one time or another, so why bother? YIKES!! Well, I'm going to be abstaining until I find out I'm negative, especially with such high-risk strains!!
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Old 11-30-2011, 01:53 PM
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The below quote is from a retired pediatrician friend of mine in Southern California. Any comments? Can I indeed safely become sexual again if I use the acyclovir he mentions or am I going to be extremely limited with what I can do until I test negative again? Apparently, even being tested negative won't assure 100% that I'm not still a carrier!

"I hope you will not stress over HPV, Jan. Just because someone has sex with you does not mean that you will transmit your carrier state to them. A good immune system works to prevent becoming a carrier and then if you do become a carrier works to prevent illness. We evolved in a world full of bacteria and viruses and our immunity keeps us mostly safe. Stress is one of the ways to weaken your immune system. Meditation and healthy sexuality strengthen your immune system. Your HPV status would not concern me; I would willingly become sexual with you. I recommend that you take acyclovir, you can order it without a prescription from overseas, twice a day starting a day before you have sex with someone."
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:06 PM
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Personally I agree with that pediatrician.. these bugs are everywhere. but I would not take acyclovir.

the greatest risk of this disease is to you, not to someone else. Most people who contact this virus overcome it on their own.

If you really want to clean up your act look into vaginal insufflation of ozone gas.
You can learn about it here http://www.o3center.org/index.html

I've been trained in ozone therapy. I would assume it would be your best bet for a cure.
go to this site to purchase an ozonator... or an Enlay ozonator will do the job also.

http://www.ozonatedoilonline.com/catalog.html
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Old 02-14-2012, 09:25 AM
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From the HSI (Health Sciences Institute’s) e-letter 2/14/2012:
Dear Reader,

Here is a headline that many doctors and Merck executives hope you never see...

"Fighting Cervical Cancer With Vinegar and Ingenuity"

That's a New York Times headline for a article that examines an inexpensive and highly effective way to prevent cervical cancer. And nowhere in the article will you find the words "Gardasil" or "vaccine."

It's Merck's worst nightmare.

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The procedure was originally developed here in Baltimore at Johns Hopkins Medical School about 15 years ago, and in 2010 it was endorsed by the World Health Organization.

And it couldn't be simpler.

When vinegar is brushed on a woman's cervix, precancerous spots turn white. The spots are immediately frozen with a metal probe cooled by carbon dioxide.

Inexpensive. Safe. Easy. Done.

And it works.

Five things you can't say about the so-called cervical cancer vaccine.

The technique is currently being studied in Thailand among 6,000 women. In 11 years not a single woman who has been treated has gone on to develop full-blown cervical cancer.

This procedure is being tested in Thailand because it's one of those emerging nations where state-of-the-art healthcare isn't available in many areas. This test and treatment combination is ideal for low-tech clinics, or temporary field clinics.

In more advanced countries -- like the US -- where lab testing is easily accessible, a doctor takes a pap smear, sends it to a lab, and test results reveal cervical cancer status.

Soon, women all over the world -- from Times Square to rural Thailand -- will have access to one of these two highly effective methods of cervical cancer prevention. And that's something every woman needs to be aware of, because diligence is the only way to arrest this disease.

This is very encouraging. It's not very often we can say that we've figured out a cancer and found a safe way to sideline it and save countless lives.

You know, it was the hardest decision I ever made in my professional life -- the decision to share my personal story about cervical cancer when I first spoke out about Gardasil.

But after keeping it to myself for almost 20 years, I felt I had to speak out. Because I know first-hand there is a safer, healthier way to beat cervical cancer.

Unfortunately, many women who get the Gardasil HPV vaccine will fall for the absurd hype and believe that they've received a cervical cancer vaccine. So it's easy to imagine that many young teens who get a Gardasil shot today will think they don't need cervical cancer testing in years to come.

This idea that Gardasil is an effective way to prevent cervical cancer is one of the most dangerous misconceptions in modern medicine.

The pro-HPV vaccine types will tell you that all they want to do is prevent cervical cancer deaths. But if that were their genuine primary objective they would be spending their advertising dollars begging women to get checked for HPV and cervical cancer every year, not getting them to sing and jumprope with a false sense of security.

It's time for the medical mainstream to recognize the Thailand study and let go of this enchanting notion that a vaccine can wipeout cancer. Maybe someday someone will develop a true cancer vaccine. But today is not the day, and Gardasil is not that vaccine.

We have much better, safer ways to prevent cervical cancer. I know. And it all starts with a small smear.

Please make sure the women in your life -- sisters, daughters, friends, wives -- get checked annually so they, too, will be here 20 years later.
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GREAT NEWS, folks! I was re-tested for HPV with my Pap on the 3rd and the results arrived this morning: Normal and negative for HPV!! I did use MMS as well for some weeks prior to this test, so it may well have helped or been the whole reason. I'll never know for sure, but I'm free of it!!!
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Oral "sex" is an unnatural act, germs or not. Why would you want to partake of such an activity. I have a normal satisfying sex life without sucking or being sucked on. Ugh. The human species has really gone goofy.
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Not everyone's tastes are the same, Samia, sexual or otherwise. If you and your partner are happy with your sex life, great. I personally like to experience everything possible sexually and that definitely includes oral sex, whatever YOUR opinion of it. Humans have been "goofy" over sex for centuries.
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Not everyone's tastes are the same, Samia, sexual or otherwise. If you and your partner are happy with your sex life, great. I personally like to experience everything possible sexually and that definitely includes oral sex, whatever YOUR opinion of it. Humans have been "goofy" over sex for centuries.

Exactly, what two consenting adults do behind closed doors is up to them. Sex is supposed to be experimental, playful & fun. Although the poop shoot is exit only for me personally
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In South Carolina, it is against the law to have sex in any way other than "missionary" style. Yes, it is still on the books. I think it has something to do with homophobia.

1) I don't know how they would enforce that. 2) Those missionaries always were trouble to every society they touched.
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Exactly, what two consenting adults do behind closed doors is up to them. Sex is supposed to be experimental, playful & fun. Although the poop shoot is exit only for me personally
Who's trying to stop anyone from their sexual activities? I would simply note that normal, sensitive people (there aren't many left) don't need to "experiment". Sex has gotten to be like children playing games rather than two adults carried away with passion. Because their nervous systems are so dull ordinary sex doesn't do anything for them anymore. They have to go farther and farther afield, stimulating themselves in weirder and stranger ways, to be able to feel anything.
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GREAT NEWS, folks! I was re-tested for HPV with my Pap on the 3rd and the results arrived this morning: Normal and negative for HPV!! I did use MMS as well for some weeks prior to this test, so it may well have helped or been the whole reason. I'll never know for sure, but I'm free of it!!!
Congrats Jan! That's IS great news!

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I would simply note that normal, sensitive people (there aren't many left) don't need to "experiment".
The ultimate question (in many areas, not just sexual), what is "normal"? Many people consider themselves 'normal' and anyone that disagrees with their views are strange, and in need of help, lol.

People have various ways of expressing love for each other, and that is their private and personal right and privilege.
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:52 AM
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It seems to me that America (and perhaps the rest of the world too, I don't know) has become full of people who absolutely believe: "We disagree, therefore YOU'RE wrong" rather than "we disagree, therefore we're both doing what works for us as individuals." Not only sexually, but learning and experiencing adds to life and expands our horizons. If both people in a relationship are happy with the status quo, good for them but to condemn others as "goofy," etc. because we want to go beyond what THEY feel is correct, I think is unacceptably judgmental.
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