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Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
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10-03-2010 11:22 PM

 



Post: #121
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-09-2010 11:40 AM)
I am the Founder of the Rh Negative Registry and type A-. Check out my site for more interesting origin theories, rh negative related research and patents, how long your state keeps genetic samples on file after birth and much more. http://www.RhNegativeRegistry.com and if you have a sec - take the anonymous survey (link on home page, top right) I am looking for connections outside of the normal Rh-ngative Trait Checklist.

I believe there is a connection between the Rh- Factor in families and autoimmune related conditions because of the frequency of the HLA-B27 genetic marker in relation to the Rh- Factor both geographically and enthnically across the population.

I think racism is an easy to wave false flag to point out the differences they "want" us to see while distracting our view from the real issue - the difference between the 3 human species Rh-- Rh++ and Rh+-. This is a real issue that sets us apart biologically and effects us everyday. How many of you have a reverse reaction from a pain pill that should make you sleep, yet you cannot or an antibiotic that gives a candidas infection or the loooonnnggg list of side effects on every big pharm commercial on TV that discloses the side effects may be worse than the disease they are fighting.

WE are the smaller population - not the general public. Our immune systems and transfer systems are just flat out different!

They have the budget of O-negative blood just as unbalanced as every other American budget. 7% of the world has what 99% of the world can use, yet most of us do not even know our own blood type...ask your friends.

Why is this not an issue more seriously considered in the medical world when our immune systems are strong enough to fight off our own offspring and when Rh- Type O- blood with the Delta 32 mutation is given to Rh+ AIDS Patients, it slows the progression of the disease by 3-5 years - see the patent info online!

Why is the Rh- factor under-educated and only considered important during pregnancy? I know being A- I share type with 6% or less of the world. Compared to an A+ with about 30% of the population sharing type, in the event I ever need a kidney....I am screwed!! My doctor never told me the outside effects of being a rare blood type, just scared me into the RhoGAM shot; which had mercury in it and is a human blood injection.

Discrimination! Ask your doctor about your Rh- factor, watch him blow you off. But if you have been diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis or Rhuematoid Arthritis or Reactive Arthritis or or or ... and you are Rh-, chances are you are also HLA-B27+. Morning pain in your back that gets better with the day, achilles tendon or plantars wart issues, carpal tunnel, excessive cracking of your joints/bones, intestinal issues, eye issues like iritis, etc., just tuck this info into your favorites list and have it on hand should you ever need to reference it. Only about 8% of this world have the HLA-B27, I found it in my family and convinced the doctors to just test for it since they did not know what was wrong with my mom...they did and I was right. I am not sure what exactly the connection is, but it has to do with our super trooper immune system. Hopefully, this will help someone.

My mom is NOT Rh-- like me. She is what I all an Rh-Battery 1/2 + and 1/2 Negative, my father as well. They both passed a recessive RH- factor to me and I am the only one out of all the kids. You may be Rh+ and still carry a recessive Rh- factor and I believe this person deserves there own "lable" as they are dealing with half of our immune and transfer systems and half Rh+. One is more copper, one is more iron, one is stronger, one is weaker; so what is the person in the middle like my mom who is Rh+/-, I believe it causes a confusion or "dis-eased" state for the body.

Please share, question, tell me a story? I am just looking to find the pieces that tell the story clearer than the one's we are being fed, because in the end...it is our bodies that suffer without this information.



Carpal tunnel is a manifestation of vitamin B6 deficiency (which goes along with leaky gut syndrome). Supplementing with 200 mg daily of pyrodixine will get rid of CTS very quickly.
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curious
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10-05-2010 01:36 AM

 



Post: #122
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
How many RH- women here were forced to have an emergency C-section? Or had a very difficult vaginal birth? Problems with the pelvic bones opening to allow the child through?
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LoP Guest
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01-02-2011 02:56 AM

 



Post: #123
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-09-2010 06:00 PM)
Atomic Liberator  Wrote: (09-09-2010 05:52 PM)
I know you're doing a wealthy cause for helping people. I said that.

Thanks, that's all I am trying to do. Since there is not a place that in none conspiracy related or pregnancy related, we all tend to hang out in these places to discuss it. With the Registry site, I am working to create not only a network of available worldwide donors but a CENTRAL location for us to find out ALL of the RH- related info.

I know that if anyone of us woman could stop our daughters or granddaughter from going through the loss of a child or illness, we would. People need to question, self educate and have a fmaily history book.

Can you believe my Rh-Neg grandma gave birth twice in the 50's before rhogam, having a blue baby and another with Jaundice. At the time, she was told that the blue baby was blue because her water broke 8 hours before delivery....FYI some pregnancies with NO antiotic fluid for months survive and are healthy and she was told my mom was jaundice because...get this....she ate a lot of oranges....WTF?? Really...Wow. Unfortunatly, I do not think the Rh-Negative education has gotten much better, even though some better info is available. Try to find an Rh-Negative Specialist OBG/YN or Rh-negative Specialist doctor period. They are ignoring the differences in our bodies!

im a member of the rh neg network and its a good place for discussions of all kinds. my rh neg daughter was being FORCED to receive rhogham at 28 weeks, never knowing the blood type of her baby. she finally fired her ob/gyn group and found another who allowed her to wait until after the blood type of the baby was determined. gladly she didnt eat a bunch of oranges!!
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01-02-2011 06:43 PM

 



Post: #124
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
I would really like to know definitively where Rh neg blood came from.

I am really tired of reading all this same stuff and conjecture.

If you people with websites and all are so interested, why don't you hire scientists to investigate properly? (instead of chewing the same old stuff over and over)
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Post: #125
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-02-2011 06:43 PM)
I would really like to know definitively where Rh neg blood came from.

I am really tired of reading all this same stuff and conjecture.

If you people with websites and all are so interested, why don't you hire scientists to investigate properly? (instead of chewing the same old stuff over and over)

This article in the New Scientist may have the answer.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16...onors.html

Neanderthals might have made good blood donors

At least two of the extinct, ancient humans had type O blood, making them the "universal donor", according to a new genetic analysis of remains of 45,000 year old individuals.

'O' negative is known as the universal donor.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/...-dna-gene/

Neanderthals, Humans Interbred—First Solid DNA Evidence
Most of us have some Neanderthal genes, study finds.
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01-02-2011 11:26 PM

 



Post: #126
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
tethys  Wrote: (01-02-2011 09:21 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-02-2011 06:43 PM)
I would really like to know definitively where Rh neg blood came from.

I am really tired of reading all this same stuff and conjecture.

If you people with websites and all are so interested, why don't you hire scientists to investigate properly? (instead of chewing the same old stuff over and over)

This article in the New Scientist may have the answer.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16...onors.html

Neanderthals might have made good blood donors

At least two of the extinct, ancient humans had type O blood, making them the "universal donor", according to a new genetic analysis of remains of 45,000 year old individuals.

'O' negative is known as the universal donor.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/...-dna-gene/

Neanderthals, Humans Interbred—First Solid DNA Evidence
Most of us have some Neanderthal genes, study finds.


Thank you Tethys. These are interesting articles and for some odd reason it pleases me to know that most of us are descended from Neanderthals. UGG.

BUT, whilst they note the relevance of 'O' group blood, these articles don't address Rh Neg v Rh Pos provenance.
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01-02-2011 11:46 PM

 



Post: #127
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
Similarly, prevalence of HIVserotypes is significantly higher (97.8%) among Rhesus D positive subjects than their Rhesus D negative counterparts in which 2.2% was recorded (P<0.05). This finding was in consonance with the results of Omoriegie et al. [15] which reported that Rhesus D positive subjects were more susceptible to infections.

Here's info that I wanted the real deal on re HIV infection. From a bona fide academic study in Nigeria: http://www.indmedica.com/journals.php?jo...on=article

Rh Negs are FAR less likely to contract HIV/AIDS. Rh Pos= 97.8% -- Rh Neg= 2.2% in this large study

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Lill
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01-02-2011 11:48 PM

 



Post: #128
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
curious  Wrote: (10-05-2010 01:36 AM)
How many RH- women here were forced to have an emergency C-section? Or had a very difficult vaginal birth? Problems with the pelvic bones opening to allow the child through?

Sorry i didnt see this sooner, i had 2 sections and 2 very difficult births.

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tethys
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Post: #129
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
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With regards to the Neanderthal O blood group the researchers stated that the Neanderthals were universal donors. O negative is commonly referred to as universal donors.

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-universal-donor.htm

With regards to the HIV status and in fact any infection - I am going to speculate here that it is related to vitamin D status.

http://www.aidsmap.com/High-prevalence-o...e/1432671/

Vitamin D is crucial to the fending off of all infections.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/health...ystem.html

Neanderthals were well adapted to optimising vitamin D levels.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7062415.stm

Although the variant of MC1R in Neanderthals is not present in modern humans, modern humans may have inherited other genes that enabled them to thrive outside of the tropics such as the ability to store vitamin D for longer periods and to make optimum usage of it.
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curious  Wrote: (10-05-2010 01:36 AM)
How many RH- women here were forced to have an emergency C-section? Or had a very difficult vaginal birth? Problems with the pelvic bones opening to allow the child through?

http://www.answers.com/topic/pelvis-3

Certain clinical conditions, such as rickets, can permanently alter the shape of the pelvis and so have the potential to affect drastically the outcome of childbirth.
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Bump

I think there are more questions that need to be answered
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ButtonsArentToys  Wrote: (02-26-2011 07:13 PM)
Bump

I think there are more questions that need to be answered

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07-13-2011 09:33 PM

 



Post: #133
RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
was told my daughter was o- when she was born,she is having a child in october and her ob/gyn said she is A- and needs the shot.

WTF?

How could this be???????
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2011 09:33 PM)
was told my daughter was o- when she was born,she is having a child in october and her ob/gyn said she is A- and needs the shot.

WTF?

How could this be???????

Bump WTF?!
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Joshua Flynn
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RE: Are you an Rh Negative blood type?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2011 09:33 PM)
was told my daughter was o- when she was born,she is having a child in october and her ob/gyn said she is A- and needs the shot.

WTF?

How could this be???????

Logically speaking, it shouldn't be necessary, unless,

1) No blood test has been determined on the baby itself and thus bloodtype is unknown (of which then RHogam is a precautionary measure).

2) The Antigen-D is weakly typed (that is to say, on a normal, simple test, it can appear as Rh Negative, but on a more sensitive test, it will turn out as Rh Positive).

3) The father is Rh Positive, and, like 1, it's precautionary.

Lame re-assurances aside, if it's conclusively Rh Negative (IE both parents are Rh Negative and it's been blood-tested as being Rh Negative), then this decision does not make logical sense based on the knowledge I have to memory. I am not a medical expert, and I'd seek professional medical opinion (or at least from much more experienced Rh Negs) but this seems a bit odd to me.
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