About Me: Female, 28, Southern California, CA, member since Oct 2008
You may have come across my profile in one of many forums. So I will just say if you have any questions or would like to start a discussion regarding Hpv, smoking cessation, chronic sinusitis, bacterial vaginosis, thrush or candidiasis, chihuahuas, or Congestive Heart D
[More]isease treatment/Cushings prevention in dogs please do feel free to send me an email along with a friend request if you like :)
Book recommendation- 90 Day Immune System Makeover by Janet C. Maccaro
Thank you for everything!... yea been 8 days now !...i think i hit one cig and thats it......i have moderate dysplsia and my friend works for a obgyn and she tells me all the time "Stop smoking stop smoking"..... but i never knew of someone who did and it worked.....so are they saying the HPV is just laying dormant?......that awesome!!... makes me never wanna pick one up again!!!.......lol...serioulsy i wanna know more!......how was your weekend?
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