Dagmar – uterine cancer

24/08/2017
by Admin Penoxal

Dagmar – Vamberk (uterine cancer)

Introducing Penoxal

I was introduced to Penoxal by my granddaughter. She has brought it over, because I had uterine cancer and she wanted to help me using a natural product. Before cancer I had suffered from frequent colds and a weak immunity. Penoxal was supposed to accelerate healing after the operation which resulted in a removal of both ovaries and the uterus, so I could deal better with the side effects of brachytherapy and radiotherapy to pelvis coming next. In association with uterine cancer I had many problems such as a vaginal discharge or excessive bleeding. Even sudden changes of the body temperature, stress and the fear of treatment outcomes were worrying. Luckily, I had a great support from my husband and my family.

Penoxal and treatment

After using 2x100mg of Penoxal daily I can confirm that its composition has a positive effect as claimed on the internet. Two days after the operation I was able to put my legs up. Doctors were happy with my recovery. During the radiotherapy, I had no fatigue and was able to go shopping, do gardening and walk for three kilometres a day. Thanks to Penoxal I experienced no loss of appetite, vomiting or other digestive problems usually occurring in oncology patients. At the oncology department I could see that majority of people undergoing the therapy suffer a lot as a result of radiation. Fortunately, I was spared all of those problems, which can be attributed to Penoxal and its ability to boost immunity.

Treatment outcomes and recommendations

In five weeks of two cycles of radiotherapy I was gradually getting better, scars were healing and the doctors were positive about the findings; the therapy was completed. I am healthy now. However, the risk still exists and cancer may return. I use Penoxal as prevention, and I will not allow my body to become so weak to fall ill again. I recommend Penoxal to everybody as a protection from flu and colds that I no longer suffer.