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Sounds good. I wanted to use an alcohol based gel that compounding pharmacies use and they can’t sale gel to anyone not licensed. Which is stupid because it’s just gel ?!?
Hi I’m still interested in this... let me know how any Lopimune hackers are doing. This site has shut me down a few times. :)

RE: Vin II

by GlitterGalore - November 02, 2017

How are you now ?!
Read about the couple that used the lopinavir/ritonavir capsules to treat cervical cancer in women. Basically they just placed that actual capsule into the vagina. Evidently this had significant results at the time. I haven't been able to find a whole lot about it since they released their original study in 2014? I did see that they filed a patent for a cream semi recently. But no trials since. Not sure how many anarchist warriors (biohackers) are on here but lopinavir/ritonavir can be purchased from China in powder form. It dissolves only in alcohol. There is even an oral solution for kids (HIV positve) that is 40% alcohol based. I was thinking one could mix dissolved lopinavir/ritonavir powder into an alcohol based gel (also purchased as a vehicle for medicines safe for your lady parts) and mix solution in to make a topical cream for the vulva. Which is basically what the patent for the lopinavir/ritonavir gel that is under patent now online. Anyone have any ideas about this? "women diagnosed as high-risk HPV positive with high grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (HSIL) were examined by colposcopy and given a 2 week course of 1 capsule of Lopimune (CIPLA) twice daily, to be self-applied as a vaginal pessary." Kenya "A total of 23 women with HSIL were treated with Lopimune during which time no adverse reactions were reported. A maximum concentration of 10 ng/ml of lopinavir was detected in patient plasma 1 week after starting treatment. HPV was no longer detected in 12/23 (52.2%, 95%CI: 30.6-73.2%). Post-treatment cytology at 12 weeks on women with HSIL, showed 14/22 (63.6%, 95%CI: 40.6-82.8%) had no dysplasia and 4/22 (18.2%, 95%CI: 9.9-65.1%) were now low grade demonstrating a combined positive response in 81.8% of women of which 77.8% was confirmed by histology. These data are supported by colposcopic images, which show regression of cervical lesions." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4732739/
The itching scares me. Makes me think premature lesions are lurking. I asked about using a course of the immunoquid cream (hpv) as a prevention to treat the itching area. Doc blew that off. The docs just don't seem concerned?!?! I have found that tea tree oil and mixed with coconut oil helps with the itching... and last for hours Has anyone used immunoquid cream? Does it just turn your vulva raw? Please see my recent posts regarding the Gardasil vaccine, clinical trial and the big list of stuff to help.
Be sure to research the Gardasil vaccine in full before trying this. It is very controversial and a target of antivaxxers. It's impossible to say how any one person will react to a vaccine. If you have had vaccine issues in the past... I wouldn't suggest this one for sure! Also I read it deletes vitamin D. So maybe take it while vaxxing.
Wow nice formatting --- or lack of formatting completely.
Someone made this great big list for HPV relief and possibly clearance!? I added some current vaccine research at the end. I have no idea how solid any of this is. I'm a huge advocate of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN). And I am trying Gardasil 9 to hopefully prevent reoccurrence. Hopefully not many dead links. ----- These have been proven to work, however they may not work for everyone.  It's important to convert to a diet of fruits and vegetables with at least 20 minutes of sun a day, while trying to heal yourself.  It's also important to avoid alcohol and smoking. I tried for 4 years before any results.  I tried Aldara treatments over and over again.  I tried cutting them off with knife. I tried Veregen and even Aldara & Veregen at the same time.  Even burning them off first with over the counter wart remover. The warts would go away but come back. I then changed my diet and started exercising daily.  I ate super healthy and took Aloe Vera & Bee Propolis and Tagamet just once daily.  I also used Aldara & Veregen again one more time, first burning them off with salicylic acid (wart remover). Warning, I have scared from the salicylic acid and aldara use.  However, this time it worked in about 6 months and I have not seen any come back.  I thought for sure they would not ever go away but they finally did and in my mind the Tagamet made the biggest difference but I give some credit to the Aloe Vera & Bee Propolis, my diet and exercise as well.  I will be taking Celebrex for the next 6 months to a year, just to make sure I have it cleared but it seems I have finally cured myself. ============== Herbal Aloe Vera & Bee Propolis http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17177657 Folate, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and methionine http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11927495 Selenium (did not show statistically relevant improvements) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12195641 Topical Creams (Genital Warts Only) Aldara (imiquimod) http://www.drugs.com/aldara.html Veregen (sinecatechins) ointment http://www.veregen.com/ Oral Meds Tagamet (cimetidine) - over the counter antacid http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2005/10/18/tagamet-for-warts/ Celebrex has recently been linked to a cure for HPV. http://www.newschannel5.com/story/18093342/hpv-pill-medicine Lopinavir - going to be almost impossible to get http://www.hivandhepatitis.com/recent/2011/0506_2011_c.html Future HPV Vaccine for the infected. http://info.vgxii.com/blog/bid/92476/Coridon-s-HPV-DNA-Vacci Additional Info: http://on.fb.me/12wiZW1 Other Herbs / medicines that might aid in boosting immune system / antiviral properties Low Dose Naltrexone has also been shown to improve the immune Adult Multivitamin & Minerals - I recommend a good whole-food multi-vitamin with trace minerals . Vitamin A - has been found to support skin cells and immune function . Vitamin B complex - you need to get enough B vitamins as these help synthesize energy that your cells and immune cells need to reproduce and function . Vitamin C - Vitamin C is well known to support immune function . Vitamin D - This one is extremely important and the best source is undoubtedly from sunlight but if you can't get enough sunlight or just want some extra vitamin d, take a good supplement. vitamin D has been shown to help mediate immune system function properly and maintain mood and hormone balance. . Vitamin E - for cell function and has been linked to immunity . Zinc - I prefer sulphate but gluconate is also meant to be good, supports immune function . Selenium - supports immune function . Garlic - Antiseptic and anti fungal, allicin in Garlic has this property, basically helps make environment difficult for viruses/bacteris to survive. . Shitake/Miatake/Reishi mushroom extract - in Japanese herbal medicine these have been found to boost the immune system LOTS of info on this too . L-lysine - It's an amino acid. Research shows it helps people who have herpes outbreaks both orally and in the genital region. it's helps inhibit virus replication and support immune function. Green Tea - it's been shown to have many health benefits including boosting the immune system and even attacking cancer cells. Probiotic - Maintaining healthy levels of gut bacteria help immunity, antibiotics actually kill good bacteria in the stomach and it takes months to get back to normal levels. Especially, if you've taken antibiotics recently then definately follow up with a course of probiotics to get your gut flora back to good levels. Omega 3 and 6 - proven to help maintain normal hormone levels and thus immunity Pau d'Arco - Antiviral herb - http://paudarco.org Gardasil 9 vaccine as a therapeutic. Current research is positive. DNA vaccines as an HPV therapeutic VGX-3100 etc (developed in US and testing in China)
Current and past research suggests the HPV vaccine has some success and prevention. HPV related cancers. Even in women over 27... in their 40s and beyond. Please consider asking your doctor to give you the Gardasil 9 vaccine, which is the vaccine that will be used in the upcoming clinical trial- see below. The vaccine is free to trial participants but you will most likely have to pay out of pocket of you are older. ($225-350 per shot) I had a first shot this week. It hurts. It made me dizzy for over and hour, had a headache and my arm still hurts but I have high hopes for this. Better than the alternative possibilities. I hope. I struggled with this decision. I had several VIN 2 lesions surgically removed Oct 9. Also interested in the new DNA vaccines such as Vgx-3100. Dr Anna Wald is a leader in HSV and HPV research! University of Washington Recruiting in Seattle area and perhaps you can travel there if enrolled? https://www.seattlecca.org/clinical-trials/colon-cancer-nct0 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0090825813 This is also working for throat and anal HPV related cancers, men as well. Keywords: vin cin HPV leep Anal Cancer; Cervical Cancer; Solid Tumors; Uterine Cancer; Vulvar Cancer; Neoplasms, Glandular and Epithelial; Genital Neoplasms, Female; Carcinoma in Situ; Carcinoma male gay women
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