On a cellular level, what drives infertility? This is what today's guest, Elizabeth Mucci, is an expert at investigating and resolving in her patients.
Natural killer (NK) cells have been in the spotlight in recent years with numerous theories postulated about their potential role in miscarriage and infertility - so, what does the evidence have to say?
Autoimmune diseases are a common cause of recurrent miscarriage. Naturopath Stacey Roberts explains the reasons for this, and discusses a treatment protocol she developed for one of her patients who had come to her with this problem.
A 2014 study on the common drug intervention for thrombophilia (blood clotting in pregnancy) found it to be no more effective than placebo. So, what are the natural options that could be applied?
Exploring the results of evidence using zinc in bronchiectasis, HIV and recurrent spontaneous abortion assoicated with anti-paternal cytotoxic antibodies.
Miscarriage, the loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks, is a relatively common event. Up to 1 in 4 women will experience a miscarriage in their lifetime, but the number is likely higher as many are not reported or simply unknown due to women not trying to get pregnant who miscarry after being a few days late.