Question: I was pregnant with twins, and in the 17 week the doctors found out that both the babies are dead. The cause of death is unknown. The tests that has been taken from my placenta were not successfully and I’m left with no result. 4 months after miscarriage we made genetic tests to me and my husband. We were advised to be tested for antiphospholipid antibodies.
It turned out that the test for Cardiolipin is positive. I haven’t been to doctors yet, because we are still waiting for the genetic tests. Can you explain to me what are the possible causes for rising of this antibodies, and what are they connected with? Is it fully recovered or it is applied supported therapy. Thank you!
Walter Last: Autoimmune reactions always mean that there is a hidden microbial infection, usually involving mycoplasms and nanobacteria, and associated with intestinal dysbiosis (wrong bacteria in the intestines) or dead teeth. Best follow the program in the Candida book, especially also in the last chapter on autoimmune diseases. Nevertheless it is better not to have any more children.
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