Vaginal depletion packs have been in use since the 1800s. Vaginal depletion packs work by the action of the substances within the packs, which draw fluid and infection out of the uterus. These therapeutic effects make vaginal depletion packs effective in the treatment of such conditions as cervical erosions, acute and chronic cervicitis, abnormal Papanicolaou (Pap) smears and conditions of pelvic congestion.
The Vaginal Depletion Pack or suppository usually consists of:
...in a natural base.
Vaginal depletion packs inhibit local bacterial growth, stimulate the body to slough off abnormal cervical cells, and promote lymphatic drainage.
Place 2 suppositories against the cervix followed by placement of a tampon and leave in place for 24 hours. Frequency of application may vary according to the condition being treated but every other day use is typical until the problem is resolved. It may be recommended for preventing a recurrence that you apply a vag pack once a week. It should not be used during menstruation.
Pregnant women should consult a qualified health care practitioner before using this product.
The vaginal depletion pack (or vag pack) has a long history of effective use by naturopathic physicians in the treatment of cervical dysplasia. It is thought to work by promoting the sloughing of the superficial cervical cells, particularly those that are abnormal. It is effective in most cases of minor cervical dysplasia. These packs are available in vaginal suppository form and should be used weekly, or as directed by your doctor, until the Pap normalizes. For most patients, the vaginal depletion pack will accelerate the rate of normalization of the cervix.
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