Pregnancy is an exceptional immune situation. It is the only immune exception: during this period, our immunity tolerates the presence and especially the development of a foreign body! And for that, great adaptations are necessary.
Indeed, during the first 3 months of pregnancy, powerful immune changes take place. If they are successful, they will lead to the acceptance of the embryo.
As you can imagine, if they cannot take place in the right way, there is a great risk of hindering a successful pregnancy with implantation defects and miscarriages. These first 3 months are also considered "fragile" since this lack of immune balance can lead to the pregnancy termination.
What are the immune changes that are essential for embryo acceptance?
The immune changes
These two branches are balanced by a very specific type of lymphocytes, and very specific to pregnancy, the regulatory T lymphocytes.. These famous T reg are the most important protectors of the embryo, they can unfortunately be reduced in certain situations such as the presence of autoimmune diseases, allergies, atopy (eczema) or even chronic digestive disorders.
Numerous studies confirm it: immune balance and especially the adaptive capacity of immunity are essential for the acceptance of a pregnancy and its good progress.
These adaptations should be automatic, but we must understand that our environment, our diet and also our lifestyle are full of immune disruptors. One of the best known: stress.
Moreover, in situations of infertility, specialists begin to turn more and more to the hypothesis of a dysfunction of the immunity. But so far, the examinations performed and treatment proposals do not always seem appropriate to the situation.
Therefore, in the Fertil-In programs, we have made the immune balance a priority. On scientific bases, our algorithm questions scans your immune field. It provides you with the targeted and personalized solutions to make the immunity "tolerant" to the embryo.
Many actions are taken depending on the situation around immune disruptors such as gluten or histamine, but also modulators such as vitamin D, Omega 3, intestinal flora, stress management or even coenzyme Q10. Depending on your profile and your suspicions of deficiencies, the algorithm offers you the tracks that are suitable for you.
Is it working?
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