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Old May 5th, 2011, 09:34 AM   11
Carmina29
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I have read that soy oil and soy based foods lower the NK cells activity. ome doctors administer intravenous soy oil. I won't try this without prior testing because there is always another variant- to low NK cells, or why not normal.

Anyway I have read that Omega 3 and Chia beens contains fatty acids that lowers the Nk cells activity. I also read that neetle tea was used as a natural prednisolone and it is expected to lower the NK cells but also thins the blood flow.

I want to know if taking mega does of Omega 3, along with Wobenzym/Prednisolone and Chia seeds extract may help with NK cells. I'm going to call a specialist and



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Old May 7th, 2011, 15:39 PM   12
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Carmina, are you on progesterone?
Progesterone is crucial in the immune repsonse and some studies in mice have shown that progesterone supplements can improve pregnancy success.

The science is that during pregnancy your immune system should shift from normal to less inflammatory version. If not, then NK cells are too high. Progesterone is a key step in the process of shifting to the pregnancy friendly immune repsonse. So, it might just be that progesterone alone will have the desired effect. The jury is still out though and there are some scientists still arguing that progesterone has no effect (but they also say steroids have not affect either).

Having said all that, pass my the nettle tea and soy oil - I'll give anything a go!! Although, check out if there are any side effects of nettle tea (I don't know just remembering that green tea and raspberry leaf tea in first tri are to be avoided).

You sound like you are on a similar quest to me - good luck and keep us posted!! xxx



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Old May 8th, 2011, 14:05 PM   13
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Hi ClaireH I have read about the progesterone benefits during pregnancy. I took suppository suplements during my last pregnancy but I still miscarried, I believe pregnancy wasn't viable one, since the ultrasound could not pick up an embryo. Progesterone really helps with implantation and to build a thick uterine endometrium and I want to take in my next pregnancy. I known women who took it during the first trimester and they delivered healthy babies after multiple miscarriages.



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Old May 8th, 2011, 14:26 PM   14
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I didn't knew about progesterone shifting the immune response during pregnancy. I'm going to read more about it today since I have more spare time. Thank you for mentioning.

Concerning Nettle Tea during pregnancy there are many posting and articles on line that say it is safe during pregnancy. http://www.therighttea.com/nettle-tea.html; http://www.localharvest.org/just-nettle-tea-C8643

l would suggest to talk with a herbalist before consumption because I have read this tea is no for everyone.



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Old May 8th, 2011, 14:43 PM   15
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Sorry I added so many postings......ClaireH i'm happy to know I'm not alone on my quest in finding the miracle cure! What frustrate is that there are so many medical problems associate with miscarriages and so many treatment alternatives that makes it so hard to diagnose and find the right treatment to avoid m/c from happening. I hope God will direct us on the right way so to transform our dream into reality.



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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 20:06 PM   16
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I just wanted to bump this to see if anyone has used Wobenzym with success. I've had 5 m/c and the only thing they've found so far are a very slightly elevated level of anti-thyroid antibodies, which I'm currently being treated for. I've also gone gluten free and will be starting Wobenzym as soon as it arrives in the mail tomorrow.

Anyone? Thank you in advance!!



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Old Dec 3rd, 2013, 23:57 PM   17
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Did Wobenzym work?


Hi Hopestruck - Did Wobenzym work for you? I'd love to hear any feedback, as I'm very hopeful it may be one of the answers for me.



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