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Recurrent Miscarriage Immune Issues

by Kelly
(Negaunee, MI)

My boyfriend and I are 33. I had 8 miscarriages with my ex-husband since age 26. I've been to two endocrinologists who have done extensive testing which all came back normal.

I recently had a miscarriage with my current boyfriend in November. I then started taking wobenzym, fish oil, vitamin B6, B12, and a prenatal, but have not been able to get pregnant for the past 3 months. I have never had trouble getting pregnant, just staying pregnant.

Does rutin or any other ingredient in wobenzym prevent pregnancy? The only thing I haven't been tested for is NK cells and cytogines. Do you have any recommendations for me?

I believe my miscarriages are an immunological response from my body.


Hi Kelly,

Enzyme therapy is a method of addressing immune therapy for women with a history of immunologically induced habitual abortion.

A study was performed on women who had recurrent abortions related to immunological problems and given progesterone supplementation as the same time as enzymathic therapy using Wobenzym.

The women in the treatment group had increase rate of pregnancy as a result of this type of treatment. The enzyme therapy did not cause any side effects.

Many enzymatic treatments contain rutin as rutin has many benefits anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. Rutin is a bioflavonoid containing 50% quercetin. It works with vitamin C to provide anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties helping the body absorb Vitamin C. Rutin also decreases capillary permeability, making the blood thinner and improving circulation. Rutin is present in certain foods like apricots, buckwheat, cherries, and prunes.

It has been said that high levels of quercetin may increase the risk of miscarriage. This amount has not been scientifically determined, but it would be safe not to exceed the amount of 500 mgs per day. Wobenzym N contains 150 mgs in 3 tablets. DO not exceed the recommended dosage of 3 tablets twice a day.

Recurrent miscarriage can also be related to other issues like short luteal phase, chromosomal problems, and toxicity.

Have you ever considered doing a fertility cleanse? Often toxic exposure from many sources, including tap water may cause recurrent miscarriage. Do not underestimate this factor. Have you ever seen the movie Erin Brockovich?

A fertility cleanse is the best way to eliminate all the negative effects of toxicity on your body, but especially from your uterus. Toxic exposure causes DNA mutation, estrogen dominance and hormonal imbalance leading to short luteal phase.

Fertility Blessings!

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