In our most recent article (which you can find here) we delved into the very delicate topic of infertility. Today, we will delve into an even more delicate topic which, we hope, you have never experienced and never will — namely, miscarriage.
Miscarriage is a word that people tend to avoid. The scars that it creates run very deep, and we can’t even begin to imagine the damage that multiple miscarriages would do to a person. But what if we told you that preventing (or at least reducing the risk) of miscarriage under certain circumstances is doable?
Of course, the causes of miscarriages are as varied as the causes of infertility, and sometimes, there is simply nothing that you can do to prevent it. The body will do whatever it wants to do, regardless of how well you eat and what kind of enzymes you supplement it with. But here’s the thing: Sometimes, all that the body needs is a little push in the right direction… and sometimes, that push can take the form of systemic enzyme therapy.
Consider this: A recent five year study in Germany involved nearly 150 women who had experienced 3 or more miscarriages due to fetal rejection — an immunological response which produces (you guessed it!) inflammation and leads to a spontaneous abortion. Those women were put on systemic enzyme therapy before and during their pregnancies. The results?
79% of those women carried out their pregnancies.
As it turns out, over 30% of miscarriages can be linked to immunological responses. Many of them can also be linked to clotting disorders — and we all know by now how systemic enzymes deal with those nasty clots. (Hint: It rarely looks good for them.)
If you are pregnant or currently planning a pregnancy, then we encourage you to discuss with your doctor or health care provider the very possible benefits of supplementing your body with systemic enzymes during (and before) your pregnancy. As we have stated several times in the past, no known effects are associated with systemic enzymes, and plenty of pregnant women have nothing but good things to say about them.
Will you be among them? If you long for additional peace of mind, then we really hope that you will.
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