What is the use of Penoxal in gynecological problems?


Penoxal aids an easier and faster recovery as it promotes immunity and thus reduces a risk of developing the disease; it balances the internal environment and it harmonizes the reproductive organ activity.

The recommended dosage during gynecological treatment is 2 capsules a day for 2 months

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M.D. Anna Galambos, Pharm.Dr. Thomas Arndt and other doctors confirm in their statements about Penoxal that it is suitable food supplement to complement cancer treatments. Find out more about Penoxal users experience HERE.

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Gynecological diseases

Weak immunity, hormonal imbalances, food high on sugar, use of antibiotics, inappropriate or inadequate hygiene, stress and promiscuity may all instigate undesirable bacteria multiplication, yeast or HPV, and cause fungal or other (more serious) infections of fragile female genital organs. Signs and symptoms may be very uncomfortable, and to fight them is often a long haul. Other, usually asymptomatic diseases are even more insidious, and can lead to life-threatening conditions such as cervical cancer. In order to prevent their onset and to treat them more easily and faster it is necessary to boost the immune system, thereby reducing the risk of a disease, modifying internal imbalances and harmonizing the reproduction organ activity.

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Gynaecological diseases of female genital organs

Gynaecological diseases can be very dangerous, not only for young women planning motherhood, but also for menopausal women encountering great hormonal changes. These changes act as risk factors of chronic disorders or cancers.

Female genital organs can be protected by healthy diet, regular exercise, drinking regime, adequate hygiene, safe sex, and maintaining a strong immune system as a main aspect of the overall health.

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Endometriosis is a gynecological disorder most commonly affecting women during their reproductive age. Endometriosis is when small particles called endometrium grow outside the uterine cavity or outside their usual location. Endometrium may be detected in ovaries, urinary bladder or in the bowel. Consequently, cysts and uterine fibroids may form and lead to uncomfortable pain. Endometriosis poses a risk when trying to conceive.

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Uterine fibroids

Uterine fibroids are the most common benign tumours affecting women; over half of the female population is affected throughout their childbearing age, but mostly between their 30s and 50s. Uterine fibroids are developed in 90% of cases from one layer of smooth uterine muscle. In other cases they may be located in the cervix. Another, more colloquial term for this condition is “enlarged uterus”.

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Precancerous diseases

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