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Squamous Intraepithelial

The term squamous intraepithelial, or SIL, indicates abnormalities on the cervix and may be treated with a natural remedy, the supplement will also treat lichen sclerosis. The term SIL is used to indicate that the cells on the surface of the cervix are consistent with abnormalities that may be precancerous. The low stages of this disorder (LGSIL) may take years to turn into cervical cancer, but high grades (HGSIL) are very dangerous. The term squamous intraepithelial, or SIL, indicates abnormalities on the cervix and may be treated with a natural remedy, the supplement will also treat lichen sclerosis.

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Squamous Intraepithelial

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a natural remedy, Lichen Sclerosis

This condition is easily detected by a routine Pap smear test and on the early stages can be easily cured by biopsy. In HGSIL the lesions are likely to turn into cervical cancer and the immediate treatment is necessary. It may be cryosurgery, laser surgery, LEEP and other methods. The term squamous intraepithelial, or SIL, indicates abnormalities on the cervix and may be treated with a natural remedy, the supplement will also treat lichen sclerosis.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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