I have copper sensitivity due to a lack of ability to metabolize copper; it builds up in my system. The way this was finally discovered was the list of odd items I react to. I.e. band-aid adhesive, medical adhesives, the copper IUD caused me to hemorrhage, can only wear 14K unrelated to nickle allergy, only allergic to macrobid meds, allergic to dental cement, saylic acid until recently, etc. Upon researching I noticed a trend as of yet not noticed by the medical community, a commonality of Rh neg blood-types, bone and disc disorders of the spine, intensely intuitive, some ability to see what's coming (clairvoyance) or dream accuracy of events before they happen, Etc. A trend of having significant numbers of genetic variants related to schizophrenia / dementia / Alzheimer's. In a significant amount of cases it was determined to be a "formaldehyde-sensitivity" and all the celiac disease genes (asymptomatic). I am curious if this is a commonality among Rh neg blood-types; or celiac (although asymptomatic); or even some other commonalities. I'm very interested in knowing if it's a common trait of Rh Neg types to have copper issues, and difficulty with vitamin and mineral metabolism. Also, which of the involved factors is consistent enough to be cause. And if it is related solely or primarily to one commonality then treatment can start young before the bone, disc, myelin sheaths in the brain start being destroyed... And leading to early onset dementia, schizophrenia, or Alzheimer's. As well as the B vitamin deficiencies. D vitamin deficiencies. MTHFR variant issues, etc. Which all seem to be seen as well. If it's a matter of Rh factors, we can develop a treatment. If it's celiac disease that remains silent forever, we can treat those with the markers early.
You have Rh Neg people like me and we have pointed these commonalities out to the medical community only to be ignored consistently. There are scientific medical facts to distinguish that Rh Neg vs Rh Pos blood IS completely different as far as immune systems and immune response; yet they still will not acknowledge that just maybe the Rh Neg blood type has negative health consequences early in life that COULD be controlled (like diabetics, those w thyroid issues, etc.). If this was somehow corroborated here, perhaps we could then make this issue as real and as treatable as any other inherent issues like diabetes. What if over 20-30% of mental illness, dementia diagnosis, degenerative bone and disc diseases could be averted as simply as making sure the correct diets and supplements were started at birth when someone is Rh Neg?
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