jimmylegs wrote:ah ok, couple questions then - have you had a zinc test done lately? is your diet low gluten? .
jimmylegs wrote:selenium's another important antiviral component of the family anti-mono regimen. also important for expecting moms, though i hadn't looked at it specifically for fertility before (at least, not that i recall without going back through correspondence with others).
Low levels of selenium in miscarriage
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 4/abstract
Few data are presented in the literature about selenium and miscarriage. The aim of this article was to study the relationship between the selenium status of pregnant women and miscarriage. A randomized, controlled trial was performed in Elazig State Hospital and Firat University Hospital. Serum and hair samples were obtained from 20 non-pregnant women, 32 healthy mothers with normal newborns, and 16 women who miscarried. Serum selenium levels, as ng/mL, and hair selenium levels, as ng/g, were determined on a Perkin–Elmer 1000 spectrophotometer by fluorometry. The mean serum and hair selenium concentrations of the women who miscarried (42.8 ± 2.7 ng/mL, 276 ± 6.6 ng/g, respectively) were significantly lower than those of the control healthy mothers (50.2 ± 2.3 ng/mL, 300 ± 6.1 ng/g, respectively) and the non-pregnant women (58.1 ± 3.1 ng/mL, 315 ± 7.6 ng/g, respectively). Maternal selenium deficiency during early gestation was thought to be one of the factors responsible in the pathogenesis of miscarriage. More studies on maternal selenium status during pregnancy are needed.
The Interaction Between Selenium Status, Sex Hormones, and Thyroid Metabolism in Adolescent Girls in the Luteal Phase of their Menstrual Cycle
http://link.springer.com/article/10.100 ... rue#page-1
Abstract The objective of the present work was to study all physiological relationships among selenium status (SeS), sex hormones secretion (SH), and thyroid metabolism (ThM) in healthy adolescent girls, at one time. ... PLS method was, for the first time, successfully applied to the problem of selenium and hormone interactions and revealed that selenium status and female reproductive system are interrelated and affect thyroid physiology in adolescent girls in the luteal phase. The strongest associations were revealed for the pairs of parameters, Se and fT4/fT3, Se and P4, the modest ones for the pairs, Se and ThV, P4 and fT4/fT3, Se and AoM, and P4 and AoM. Se and P4 had the greatest influence on ThM parameters.
jimmylegs wrote:just to bring it back around to aldosterone..
Effect of selenium on blood pressure, urinary sodium excretion and plasma aldosterone in cadmium-treated male rats
http://link.springer.com/article/10.100 ... 91?LI=true
The present study was carried out to help elucidate the possible mechanisms underlying the effect of Cd and the interaction of Se with Cd on blood pressure. Male Wistar rats were divided into four groups: control, Cd-treated, Se-treated, Se-and Cd-treated. Cd and Se were administered at doses of 1.0 mg/kg body weight by subcutaneous injection of aqueous solutions of CdCl2·2×1/2 H2O and Na2SeO3, respectively. ... Plasma aldosterone concentrations increased and urinary Na excretion decreased from day 1 to 3 in rats treated with Cd and Se separately. ...
jimmylegs wrote:hahaha, best of luck making it through the tweens
just following up on your earlier comment re miscarriage, possible connections btw susceptibility to infection and low fertility.
HEY where did my last post go >:P
how much selenium per day do you take (don't know the wheldon details)?
jimmylegs wrote:200 mcg is pretty standard. what form is yours? selenomethionine?
i wouldn't take salt pills. do you have aldosterone results? or is that a pending test?
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