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The Best News EVER!! Goodbye high risk HPV!!

April 3rd, 2008 · 25 Comments

I have decided to dub yesterday, April 2nd, my Wellness Anniversary. I received the best news ever, that I no longer have the high risk HPV virus!! 5 months after finding out that I had cervical pre-cancer and high risk HPV, both of which I was told may never go away and would most likely result in cancer, I am so thrilled to say I no longer have either of them. All without surgery! I also have not been sick in 6 months.

This is a milestone as the doctors really weren’t sure if it was possible to get rid of high risk HPV. I am so grateful that even though they didn’t know if it would work, they were willing to work with me to try. I remember sitting in my doctors office going over my 3 month re-test results (which was no more dysplasia but still had high risk HPV) and discussing how to move forward. We also happened to be discussing how to treat my Epstein Barr Virus and both of us realized at the same time, why not use the same natural concoctions to fight HPV? (those being Monalaurin and VRL-detox). They both fight viruses! What a great idea! I can’t say this is what did it or what part of what I did was the miracle. All I can say is that everything I did worked. The combination of the dietary changes (raw vegan diet), supplementations, etc. (all described in incredible detail in my Girls Corner) were what made it successful. They are of course over the moon about the results as am I.

What’s funny is the response I get from some of my friends. They say, great! Now you can go back to eating normally. They don’t realize that this whole experience has been a lesson. As Oprah always says, obstacles are put in front of you so you can learn the lesson and until you learn the lesson you keep encountering the same obstacle. Well my lesson has been learned and I’m teaching it to others. The notion of going back to how I ate before is absurd to me. That’s like being a smoker, getting lung cancer, getting rid of lung cancer and going back to smoking. That’s just ridiculous!

Not to mention……why would I give up all this?

and let’s not forget the two superstar drinks!

I’ve never felt better. Life is a joy to be lived and that is how I feel. Each and every moment should be the best you can make it and that means putting what is best for you body in your mouth! I am convinced that is how you get the best out of life. I now look forward to new obstacles and new lessons!

I am a proud ambassador of my own health!

Tags: Girls Corner

25 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Michelle // Apr 4, 2008 at 2:33 am

    Terrific news Bueller! I think for all of us the way we eat and live our lifes is our “normal”…We eat normally don’t we?? We live normally, we are just better for it all! :O)
    Michelle

  • 2 Barbara // Apr 4, 2008 at 7:34 am

    I’m SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!! And thank you for sharing all the wealth of information with everybody. You’re here for a reason, and it’s wonderful to see that you’re so aware that there is more to life than day in / day out. Each day is a gift, a miracle, a learning experience and a teaching opportunity.

    Congratulations, and best wishes for a spectacular lifetime.

    You are inspiring.

  • 3 admin // Apr 4, 2008 at 8:42 am

    Thanks Barbara! That made my day!

    Be well!!
    Bueller

  • 4 admin // Apr 4, 2008 at 8:52 am

    Thanks Michelle!

    I agree. Raw is the new Normal!!

    :-)

    Bueller

  • 5 deb // Apr 5, 2008 at 10:39 am

    B!!! YES YES YES the universe is shaking her head YES to you my girl… keep on the path, this is the new normal, really it is the only way to go if you desire excellence in life!
    love
    deb

  • 6 Anthony // Apr 9, 2008 at 1:47 pm

    AWESOME POST! Loved the smoker analogy :)

    You are breaking new ground B…I hope you realize that. This is HUGE.

    Endless congratulations!

    Anthony

  • 7 mike // May 15, 2008 at 9:07 am

    Recently most of the w’s I had from hpv (for almost 2 years), went away. I was shocked and started to think of what may have changed. The only thing I could think of was the vegetarian diet I had switched to a few months before. I got to Googling and found your blog. Don’t think I’m ‘cured’ but maybe on the way. Yet another great reason to be vegetarian.

  • 8 Michelle S. // Jun 30, 2008 at 9:21 am

    I’d like to report that I found out this week that I healed myself of CIN 3 cervical dysplasia! In 3 months, it’s completely gone and I used many of the holistic approaches you took as well as those advised by a holistic nurse practitioner I worked with. Thank you again for all your information and having this blog, I think it can help a lot of women. I just bought a Vita-Mix and look forward to trying some of your recipes!

  • 9 Dr. Hudson // Aug 12, 2008 at 1:05 am

    Congratulations! You should know though that all viruses, including HPV, are never completely removed from the body so when you say you no longer have the HPV virus, you are mistaken. Keep up the good health and chances are it will remain dormant (and not show up on a test), but repeat pap smears are vital for anyone who has ever suffered dysplasia.

  • 10 admin // Aug 12, 2008 at 10:47 am

    Dr. Hudson:

    Thank you for your comment. I appreciate all points of view. There are many different views on this topic. All three of my doctors agree that I no longer have the HPV virus and I can only get it again if I am re-exposed to it. That is the whole purpose of my blog. I appreciate you taking the time to comment. It is always best to get a pap, every year, no matter what!! That is for sure.

    Be well,

    Bueller

  • 11 JB // Sep 10, 2008 at 5:02 pm

    After reading this blog.. i must say im completely thankful for someone to share there story. Ive done loads of research, but havnt heard about a person that ‘had’ it, only saw blogs on the people who just discovered they have it and are still living through it. Ive have HPV, diagnosed in for a year now. I have been trying to have a Naked Juice once a day, trying to eat my greens, and stay on more on the vegetarian side of foods. I will find my results back soon later this month..

  • 12 jaccix // Oct 2, 2008 at 7:37 pm

    hey all its JB,
    & Sept 11 i went to the doc for my pap.
    well its been 3 weeks today and i didnt hear anything so i called them. Well it just so happens that my pap came back normal!!!!
    i understand that u can get it back. from what im understanding its like mono. so im going to keep up with my diet =]

  • 13 JB // Oct 2, 2008 at 7:37 pm

    hey all its JB,
    & Sept 11 i went to the doc for my pap.
    well its been 3 weeks today and i didnt hear anything so i called them. Well it just so happens that my pap came back normal!!!!
    i understand that u can get it back. from what im understanding its like mono. so im going to keep up with my diet =]

  • 14 JB // Oct 2, 2008 at 7:37 pm

    hey all its JB,
    & Sept 11 i went to the doc for my pap.
    well its been 3 weeks today and i didnt hear anything so i called them. Well it just so happens that my pap came back normal!!!!
    i understand that u can get it back. from what im understanding its like mono. so im going to keep up with my diet =]

  • 15 sara // Feb 28, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    hello,

    i have just been diagnosed with High Risk HPV and cervical dysplasia stage 3 as well. I am so glad to find your post. I find it very hard to find support from my friends, family and doctors to support me in the idea, that i want to fight this without surgery. You gave me lots of hope. God bless.

  • 16 sara // Feb 28, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    hello,

    i have just been diagnosed with High Risk HPV and cervical dysplasia stage 3 as well. I am so glad to find your post. I find it very hard to find support from my friends, family and doctors to support me in the idea, that i want to fight this without surgery. You gave me lots of hope. God bless.

  • 17 sara // Feb 28, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    hello,

    i have just been diagnosed with High Risk HPV and cervical dysplasia stage 3 as well. I am so glad to find your post. I find it very hard to find support from my friends, family and doctors to support me in the idea, that i want to fight this without surgery. You gave me lots of hope. God bless.

  • 18 CATHERINE // Apr 8, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    PLEASE EMAIL WITH GOOD INFO ON HOW TO GET RID OF MY HIGH RISK HPV PLEASE IT HAS ME IN A FRENZY EVERYDAY!

  • 19 CATHERINE // Apr 8, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    PLEASE EMAIL WITH GOOD INFO ON HOW TO GET RID OF MY HIGH RISK HPV PLEASE IT HAS ME IN A FRENZY EVERYDAY!

  • 20 CATHERINE // Apr 8, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    PLEASE EMAIL WITH GOOD INFO ON HOW TO GET RID OF MY HIGH RISK HPV PLEASE IT HAS ME IN A FRENZY EVERYDAY!

  • 21 ladylittle // Apr 19, 2009 at 10:57 pm

    Thank u for sharing…you just don't know how much this means to me…I ordered the capsules tonight. Was it hard for you to do the diet?

  • 22 ladylittle // Apr 19, 2009 at 10:57 pm

    Thank u for sharing…you just don't know how much this means to me…I ordered the capsules tonight. Was it hard for you to do the diet?

  • 23 ladylittle // Apr 19, 2009 at 10:57 pm

    Thank u for sharing…you just don't know how much this means to me…I ordered the capsules tonight. Was it hard for you to do the diet?

  • 24 Michelle l // Mar 17, 2010 at 8:34 am

    Dear Bueller,

    I came across this kit (Biogetica HPV Cervical Dyplasia Optimal-Kit: http://www.biogetica.com/cure-hpv.php) for treating HPV. Have you come across this before?

    Thank you so much for sharing your story with us. You're an inspiration.
    Michelle L

  • 25 bueller // Mar 25, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    I haven't heard of it.

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