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Vitagerpavak in a recent long term study caused complete remission in some patients


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The most interesting clinical results in one study was complete remission in about 20% of patients after taking it for 4 years (5 times twice a year) confirmed 10 years later.


According to N.S. Potekaeva and M.A. Samgina (Department of Skin and Sexually Transmitted Diseases of the Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy), after regular use of the vaccine in 133 patients with RHG remissions, there was a clear tendency to increase, relapses were absent for 1 to 3 years. The same authors examined 34 patients with RHG 10 years after four years of regular vaccination. Complete remission was observed in 6 people, and a significant improvement - in 20 people.


I just had my first course finished in Feb. Aside from some soreness at the injection site it went well. Has anyone used this? I'd like to see more feedback on it. Oh I also emailed the researchers to get more information so we can make informed decisions.


Here's the website of the maker of the vaccine: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=https://vitagerpavak.ru/&prev=search

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- _ - Aint THIS  a bitch?.. Who has the money and understanding of multiple-languages to go all the way to moscow most of the time just for this injection??.. 


It is the most overcomplicated series of steps to something ive ever seen. And it apparently requires $ 850 USD ?? GEEZ. Can someone inform me better on this than that website was able to? So tired of my hsv1, No access to hemoform anymore because its gone. v_v

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I did 1 course but I didn’t get into remission before hand (I still can’t). Before taking it I was getting frequent muscle twitches and now I get them rarely. Also outbreaks seem less severe. I’m gonna try it again with immune stimulators. Genferon and amixin. 

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On 2/19/2021 at 9:21 AM, Thomas92 said:

From what I can tell, you can order it here: https://rupharma.com/vitagerpavac/ . I’m also curious if anyone has on here has had positive outcomes. 

Did anyone ordered it online? Shipping time? Does it ship to anywhere? 


So the price is about 150€ for 1 course (=5 times, 1 time each 7 days? ) 


Is it simple to self take? (by the help of a friend) 

I would like to try it, and I am considering it. 

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I bought it at rupills.com and they shipped it. It was a bit cheaper. You just reconstitute with bacteriostatic water and inject it intradermally every 7-10 days. You should be in remission for like 2 weeks to a month and go on immune stimulants and multivitamins before hand is what vitapharma suggests. 

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@Den91 Thanks  for your help since rupharma doesn't transport to india hence  I have ordered it from rupill's.com. It's on hold as of now(ordered just now), hope they will dispatch soon. 

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