Ask your doctor if taking 10 mg a day can help reverse severe cervical dysplasia
Help keep your cervix healthy by getting the nutrients you need from fruits and vegetables, especially tomatoes and dark yellow or orange vegetables, such as carrots and squash
Reduce your risk for cervical dysplasia by postponing sexual activity until you’re older, limiting sexual partners, and using barrier methods of contraception
Kick the habit and avoid secondhand smoke to reduce the risk of severe dysplasia
If your cervical smear detects an abnormality, see your doctor for a repeat examination to determine whether additional tests or medical treatments are needed
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