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Hi does wobenzym n do anything to an over active immune system my natural killer cells are very high ?
Unknown. Unlikely.: Wobenzym products are not medications approved by the FDA, and are probably not tested for interactions and side effects like real medicines are tested. So, that means nobody really knows what side effects there are. Our immune system is very complex, and it would be scary if an over-the-counter pill could alter it. If a Wobenzym user thinks she is getting a side effect, she can call her doctor. ...Read more
Dont think so: No. I did not know about it and did a few qualified web search on this product. Sarcoidosis is a different beast altogether with lot of controversies and, not talking in negative about this product about other indications or its belief, even the standard treatment of steroids is questioned by authorities. I would not rely on this. ...Read more
Hi, I have been having the itchy rush on my palms and feet for a year now. Antihistamines not helping. Can I try Wobenzym?
I was fertile the 9, 10, 11, 12 and tomorrow would be my most fertile day. If I unprotected sex each one of those days and once twice with him actually have orgasm all those times, what are my chances of getting pregnan
I been having like alot of boils lately and I been back and fourth to the er they give me antibiotics and I'm taking them but that she to not help can you please give me another way around getting them lanced open?
I've been going through a miscarriage this week & today I passed the embryo & sac. This has been an emotional, mental & physical time and to top it off, i've had terrible diarrhoea . Is this normal or could I have an infection?
Sorry for your loss: I feel for what you are going through... Usually a uterine infection doesn't cause diarrhea & the only connection i can make is if you were given a medication to help complete your miscarriage (cytotec=misoprostil, prostin, etc). These medications can cause GI symptoms such as severe nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. Keep up on your fluids, Ibuprofen for cramps, & call your doc for fevers or pain. ...Read more