What is folic acid used for relating to HPV?

Is it used to prevent cervical cancer? Or is it an at-home treatment for HPV?

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Dr. Andrew Weil recommend both folic acid and beta carotene as a method to reverse cervical dysplasia (or at least prevent it from advance.) I followed his dosing recommendations when I have CIN 1 dysplasia and it cleared on its own, which may or may not have anything at adjectives to do with the supplements. I'm not sure what the moving parts is thought to be, though (beta carotene is an anti-oxidant so that's the thinking there. don't know almost folic acid.)

Edit to put in: after reading the first answer, it would seem that folic sharp would help reverse dysplasia by ensure that DNA replication and cell division happen properly (so uncharacteristic cells aren't formed.)

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Ok, I guess it helps avoid HPV becoming cervical cancer or other cancer.

Some evidence associates low blood levels of folate beside a greater risk of cancer.[25] Folate is involved in the synthesis, repair, and functioning of DNA, our genetic map, and a deficiency of folate may result contained by damage to DNA that may head to cancer.[26] Several studies have associated diets low surrounded by folate with increased risk of breast, pancreatic, and colon cancer.[27] Findings from a study of over 121,000 nurses suggested that long-term folic bitter supplementation (for 15 years) was associated beside a decreased risk of colon cancer surrounded by women 55 to 69 years of age.[28]

"Folate intake counteracts breast cancer risk associated with alcohol consumption" [29] and "women who drink alcohol and hold a high folate intake are not at increased risk of cancer" [30]. Those who own a high (200 micrograms or more per day) rank of folate (folic acid or Vitamin B9) in their diet are not at increased risk of breast cancer compared to those who abstain from alcohol [31].

However, associations between diet and disease do not indicate a direct lead to. Researchers are continuing to investigate whether enhanced folate intake from foods or folic acid supplements may decrease the risk of cancer. Until results from such clinical trials are available, folic acid supplements should not be recommended to mute the risk of cancer.

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I don't know about HPV, but my husband is on chemotherapy, and chemotherapy depletes the body's store of folic acerbic, which is essential for proper organ function and other things, so he must take folic acerbic daily to replace what the chemotherapy depletes.

I only turned 30.?

Folic acid is needed by the mother to prevent neural-tube defect in the fetus. I am not aware of its use related to HPV, wart or cervical cancer.

There is a new vaccine coming out that will bestow lifetime immunity against HPV (human papiloma virus).

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