Aspirin now officially recommended for pre-eclampsia, pre-term birth, and birth defects prevention

After almost a century of evidence in favor of aspirin, combined with complete failure to develop other pharmacological interventions (and believe me, Big Pharma tried hard) mainstream medicine seems to be growing desperate enough to start recommending aspirin to ALL pregnant women as prevention of (pre)-eclampsia, pre-term birth, and birth defects. The pilot recommendation is … Read more Aspirin now officially recommended for pre-eclampsia, pre-term birth, and birth defects prevention

Estrogen excess during pregnancy may cause autism

Finally! Some common sense is emerging from the medical profession. For one, it points the finger straight at estrogen as a possible cause of autism. And not just estradiol, which the medical profession considers the only estrogen of note, but all 3 of them (estrone, estradiol, estriol). So, all the talk about estrone/estriol being weak … Read more Estrogen excess during pregnancy may cause autism

Progesterone can prevent recurrent miscarriages

I am only posting this because this is yet another mysterious condition for which officially there is no cure. As a result, all kinds of absurd explanations are given including “genetic incompatibility” of partners, mental disorders, “addiction” and/or substance abuse, etc. As it turns out, it may be simply a progesterone deficiency, and giving those … Read more Progesterone can prevent recurrent miscarriages

Endotoxin (LPS) may be a major cause of preterm births

As many readers have probably heard, rates of preterm births due to a variety of maternal conditions including (pre)eclampsia has been steadily increasing since the 1980s. The official version is that the cause is unknown despite older studies proving definitively that progesterone deficiency was a major cause and that treatment with progesterone or increasing dietary … Read more Endotoxin (LPS) may be a major cause of preterm births

Fertility depends on metabollism (ATP), not age

As many of you know, there are two fundamental dogmas in reproductive medicine. One is that every woman is born with a fixed number of eggs and those cannot be replenished. The second one is that there is a biological fertility clock in every woman that inexorably ticks, and if the female does not have … Read more Fertility depends on metabollism (ATP), not age