Miscarriage

Causes You Did Not Know Existed

Miscarriage Causes You Did Not Know Existed
October 5, 2022 Writing Desk

LET'S EXAMINE WHAT WE KNOW

STATISTICS

Prior to the SARS-CoV2 outbreak in 2020, 1 in 8 pregnancies ended in miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion (pregnancy loss occurring at less than 20 weeks of gestation). By some reliable estimates this has increased by 500% in the past three years!

What is causing this alarming rate of increase?

FULL-TERM PREGNANCY ~ THE ROLE OF PROGESTERONE

ACTIVITY OF PROGESTERONE

In order for progesterone to work, it has to occupy or plugin to a progesterone receptor, much the same way your car key plugs into your ignition.

ORIGINS OF PROGESTERONE

Progesterone is given its name because of its vital supportive role in gestation (Latin: gestare). This insight helps us appreciate the vital role of progesterone the reproductive process.  Does this mean that if you are not of child-bearing age, you don’t need progesterone?  (please see the article: “Why I Need Progesterone“).

Modern science confirms this insight, as, of all female hormones, progesterone is the one most essential for conception, survival of the fertilized egg & the fetus all the way to a successful birth.

THE UNIQUE ROLE OF PROGESTERONE IN PREGNANCY

At ovulation, progesterone levels rapidly rise from 2-3 mg/day to an average of 25-28 mg/day, peaking as high as 30 mg/day during the luteal phase of your month. If fertilization does not occur in ten or twelve days, progesterone levels fall dramatically, triggering the shedding of the lining (your next menstrual cycle).

If pregnancy does occur, however, on or about week 18, progesterone production is taken over by the placenta which secretes an ever increasing supply, reaching 300-400 mg/day during the third trimester!

At birth (around week 40) progesterone levels drop from about 400 mg/day to zero mg/day, triggering the birth of your baby. Since progesterone supports a healthy brain chemistry, could the dramatic drop in progesterone levels, be a primary cause of “PostPartum Depression“?

CAUSES OF MISCARRIAGE

A FEW COMMON LIFESTYLE RISK FACTORS

  • Age
  • Obesity
  • Tobacco use
  • Drug use
  • Excess caffeine
  • Excess alcohol
  • Excess Stress

A KNOWN RISK FACTOR

Cytokines are cells released by your immune system for the purpose of modulating your body’s natural, healthy immune response. When the threat to your health is severe, excess cytokines can be harmful, causing inflammation and other issues. This over reaction by your immune system is called a cytokine storm.

“Cytokine storm due to SARS-CoV-2 infection can cause short-term menstrual disturbances, pre-term delivery, and miscarriages. It can also adversely impact the male reproductive system causing a reduction in fertility and erectile dysfunction.”

 

A NEW & UNEXPECTED RISK FACTOR

A significant drop in progesterone levels or a blockade of progesterone receptors, especially during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, will almost always result in miscarriage, or, later, pre-term birth.

Yes, the environmental toxins, EDC’s, interfere with the production and function of your master hormone progesterone, but what could be blocking progesterone receptors?

Research scientist in Cairo published an article entitled:

COVID-19 spike protein binds to progesterone receptors, a docking findings which may explain Spontaneous Abortion Following COVID-19 infection and Vaccination During Pregnancy

Clearly, anything that blocks the progesterone receptor, whether it is the virus or a vaccine is implicated in miscarriage and/or early term birth.

 

PROGESTERONE SUPPORTS IMMUNITY/FULL-TERM PREGNANCY

Cytokines are cells released by your immune system for the purpose of modulating your body’s natural, healthy immune response. When the threat to your health is severe, excess cytokines can be harmful, causing inflammation and other issues. This over reaction by your immune system is called a cytokine storm.

“Progesterone is an essential hormone that induces deep immune adaptations favoring pregnancy maintenance.”

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