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Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor

 
Anonymous Coward
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07/26/2010 01:52 AM
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Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
There seems to be a connection...

About 7% of Americans are O- Blood
About 15% of Americans are other Rh- Types
About 8% of the population is HLA-B27 positive

All of these percentages decrease hand in hand as you compare them to other countries and places around the world.

There are more clues, read more at [link to www.RhNegativeRegistry.com.] Auto Immune Diseases like AS or Ankylosing Spondylitis are on an epidemic rise!

Some AS Symptoms include:

*Non-injury pain in the lower back that get better with movement

*Planters Fasciitis

*Achilles Tendon Pain

*Fused Bones

*Spinal Fusion

*Gastrointestinal Issues - Crohn's/IBD

*Eye Issues - Iritis, Uvitis

*Bone and Joint Pain and or Swelling

The Fact that doctors in this Country act like the Rh-Negative Factor is NO BIG DEAL lala is in itself a conspiracy.

Ask YOUR doctor your blood type...see what he tells you.

It will sound something like, Insurance won't pay for it, Why do you want to know and it's really not important.

Let me ask you this though. Let's take it away from women & pregnancy totally. Let's say you are a plain old Rh-Negative MAN. No big deal...right? Nothing to worry about and you do not need to know. UNTIL you need a heart, kidney or other donor transplant...NOW WHAT. With only 15% of the WORLD being Rh-Negative and you having to match not only blood factor but type with a donor, HOW LONG DO YOU THINK YOUR LIST IS.

How long will you wait for a match being so rare...How much longer will you wait simple because people may not even KNOW this is an issue and they could help.

If there are 10 people in the world who die every day, chance are about 1 in 10 that there will be an Rh-Negative person and if they did not know how important they are, they might not even be an organ donor.

Now, lets say you are on an airplane and it crashes, there are 100 people on board. Chances are 15 are Rh- and 85 are Rh+. BOTH can accept the universal donor blood BUT the 15 Rh-Negative people NEED it, there is no alternative. However, the 85 Rh+ people were all randomly taken to the hospital before you...will there be any Rh-Negative left for you, the last ambulance in? This is WHY I have created the Official Rh Negative Registry.

Trust that TPTB already know where we are if they need us. Right now we have the internet and seem to find each other pretty easy...but what is the power went out or the internet was shut down.

I know all of these situation sound far fetched and they could never happen to you...but they happen to someone everyday. By being educated, you could even spare your future children the heartache of unnecassary miscarriages. There is A LOT to this Rh-Negative Blood Factor I carry that SOMEONE thinks we should find unimportant, but I think I just laid the foundation to a real conspiracy.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
The Universal Donor Type is O- which is Rh-Negative.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
bump

For shear importance of subject matter!
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07/26/2010 02:36 AM
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
why not ask here . . .. is there a causation/process that alters the pos/neg factors at anytime??

and of course, what would they be?

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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
why not ask here . . .. is there a causation/process that alters the pos/neg factors at anytime??

and of course, what would they be?

?
 Quoting: Moonbatz+ 811871


Like being an Rh-Battery as I call them, a half breed...1/2 Rh- and 1/2 RH+ or do you mean like a trigger, like a vaccine, infection or allergic reaction to an environmental cause.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
There seems to be a connection...

About 7% of Americans are O- Blood
About 15% of Americans are other Rh- Types
About 8% of the population is HLA-B27 positive

All of these percentages decrease hand in hand as you compare them to other countries and places around the world.

There are more clues, read more at [link to www.RhNegativeRegistry.com.] Auto Immune Diseases like AS or Ankylosing Spondylitis are on an epidemic rise!

Some AS Symptoms include:

*Non-injury pain in the lower back that get better with movement

*Planters Fasciitis

*Achilles Tendon Pain

*Fused Bones

*Spinal Fusion

*Gastrointestinal Issues - Crohn's/IBD

*Eye Issues - Iritis, Uvitis

*Bone and Joint Pain and or Swelling

The Fact that doctors in this Country act like the Rh-Negative Factor is NO BIG DEAL lala is in itself a conspiracy.

Ask YOUR doctor your blood type...see what he tells you.

It will sound something like, Insurance won't pay for it, Why do you want to know and it's really not important.

Let me ask you this though. Let's take it away from women & pregnancy totally. Let's say you are a plain old Rh-Negative MAN. No big deal...right? Nothing to worry about and you do not need to know. UNTIL you need a heart, kidney or other donor transplant...NOW WHAT. With only 15% of the WORLD being Rh-Negative and you having to match not only blood factor but type with a donor, HOW LONG DO YOU THINK YOUR LIST IS.

How long will you wait for a match being so rare...How much longer will you wait simple because people may not even KNOW this is an issue and they could help.

If there are 10 people in the world who die every day, chance are about 1 in 10 that there will be an Rh-Negative person and if they did not know how important they are, they might not even be an organ donor.

Now, lets say you are on an airplane and it crashes, there are 100 people on board. Chances are 15 are Rh- and 85 are Rh+. BOTH can accept the universal donor blood BUT the 15 Rh-Negative people NEED it, there is no alternative. However, the 85 Rh+ people were all randomly taken to the hospital before you...will there be any Rh-Negative left for you, the last ambulance in? This is WHY I have created the Official Rh Negative Registry.

Trust that TPTB already know where we are if they need us. Right now we have the internet and seem to find each other pretty easy...but what is the power went out or the internet was shut down.

I know all of these situation sound far fetched and they could never happen to you...but they happen to someone everyday. By being educated, you could even spare your future children the heartache of unnecassary miscarriages. There is A LOT to this Rh-Negative Blood Factor I carry that SOMEONE thinks we should find unimportant, but I think I just laid the foundation to a real conspiracy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 896456


Your connection between RH neg and autoimmune disease is tenuous at best (maybe you neggers can get together and fund a study to investigate it? Cause, otherwise you'll have to rely on drug companies and that isn't going to happen), but the rarity of neg blood does bring up a legitimate health concern, especially if you're traveling in countries where the incidence of RH- is really low, like Asia. Especially if you're O-, but any ABO type without the RH antigen. Would you consider storing blood, like parents sometimes do with umbilical cord stem cells these days?
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
why not ask here . . .. is there a causation/process that alters the pos/neg factors at anytime??

and of course, what would they be?

?
 Quoting: Moonbatz+ 811871


The Rh factor refers to a specific protein that surrounds your red blood cells that is either present (+) or not (-). Either your DNA tells your body to make it or it doesn't. It can`t be turned on and off like a switch.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
auto immune disease is a cancer virus usually a mouse retrovirus from the vaccines.
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Do not anger the monkey tribe...you weird Mawugli.
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03/21/2012 07:51 PM
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
How many of you have pernicious anemia?
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
if you have a problem with your immune system behaving weirdly, as in attacking itself for no reason then try and get yourself bitten by an ant, bee or wasp or hornet.

Any one of those stinging insects. Dont go for a spider or mosquito because that wont work. And obviously if you have allergies then forget it.

But it can do a soft reset of the immune system, I know that sounds strange and dont know how it works but it can work.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
bump
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
if you have a problem with your immune system behaving weirdly, as in attacking itself for no reason then try and get yourself bitten by an ant, bee or wasp or hornet.

Any one of those stinging insects. Dont go for a spider or mosquito because that wont work. And obviously if you have allergies then forget it.

But it can do a soft reset of the immune system, I know that sounds strange and dont know how it works but it can work.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12855779


This makes sense and I've often thought about doing it.

Kids who grow up amongst farm animals ingest small amounts of feces from the animals. This creates and antibody against diseases. These children have fewer autoimmune reactions as a result of this contact.

Same thing for stings. When someone is stung by a wasp or bee that person's body develops defenses against the invading substance much in the way an innoculation introduces a small bit of an offending disease which triggers antibodies to go into effect.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
OP

where did you find this info?
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05/27/2012 03:54 PM
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
not all that tenuous...as people are exposed to mycoplasmas...lab created bioweapons and develop auto immune disorders



They have studied our Rh negative blood with great interest while similarly acting disinterested


I am not buying it...the Rh negative has a much more finely tuned immune system, proven to me by the studies they do run with




It is the original...as they puzzle over why Rh negatives show greater immunity...and sell the BS that we are the deviations....we are not.


Their simian blooded experiments were implemented for control, even as UN tries to force all kinds of mixing of the blood...to weaken it
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
vaccination scars?
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spock
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Your doomed! Oh well, see ya on the other side.
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Re: Auto Immune Disease and the Rh-Negative Blood Factor
OP, you have no clue what you're talking about!

A FREE blood typing can be obtained by simply donating blood at the Red Cross or other facility. You are confusing blood typing with complete HLA typing (which is a VERY expensive test).

Also, B27 is NOT the only marker for autoimmune disease. There are TONS of others, e.g. B13, B39, etc.

I have more knowledge of this subject stored in my baby toenail than you do in your entire brain.

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