Rh Negative Immunity: What’s The Deal?
February 18, 20200
Disinformation is frequent when it comes to Rh(D) negative related subject matters and the blame goes to both: Creators and audience.
Are we more likely to be resistant? If so, to what?
Here are a few infection of viral origin which we may or may not do better against:
Out of all the rh negatives included in the study, all tested negative for Chikungunya. Even the one where all rh positive family members were infected.
The study is there, but small.
Let us know if there is more that you are aware of.
Are rh negatives resistant to the coronavirus?
February 18, 20200
This question continues to come up.
Here is why many believe we might be resistant, if not immune, to the coronavirus:
” RhD negative subjects have increased the risk of developing of certain heart diseases, respiratory diseases and some immunity and autoimmunity related diseases, for example rheumatoid arthritis. The general pattern suggests that RhD negative subjects could have problems with autoimmunity, could be more resistant to infections of viral origin and could be less resistant to infections of bacterial origin.
Source: Worse Health Status and Higher Incidence of Health Disorders in Rhesus Negative Subjects
Do Rh(D) negative individuals carry resistance to the #coronavirus?
It is possible, but don’t depend on it. We are less likely to get the flu, but some still get it. It is possible we are immune to some diseases, but also that we are more likely to carry certain genes due to ancestry common among rh negatives. Rh(D) negative individuals could be more resistant to infections of viral origin which does apply here, but remember: We are less likely to get it, but we are not immune. Continue here…
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Thanks to Mike at: https://www.rhesusnegative.net