A Retrospective Analysis of Prevalence of Liver Diseases and Fragmented Germ Cells with Reduced Endogenous Estrogen Including Prevalence of Hepatitis B Virus and Rising Environmental Estrogen

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A Retrospective Analysis of Prevalence of Liver Diseases and Fragmented Germ Cells with Reduced Endogenous Estrogen Including Prevalence of Hepatitis B Virus and Rising Environmental Estrogen

September 12, 2021 Medicine and Medical Science 0

Background: During the age of contraception and abortions [20th and 21st centuries] adopted as family welfare programmes, the global incidence of liver illness, including hepatitis B and C virus infections, and nonalcoholic steatotic hepatitis, increased. Rising oestrogen particles were detected in the air and water in 1998 and 1994, respectively.

The researchers wanted to see if there was an altruistic link between contraceptive, abortion [if any], and rising liver illnesses, hepatitis B and C viral infections, and rising environmental oestrogen.

Methods: In 2012, a retrospective analysis of the prevalence of liver diseases in 350 patients aged 20-35 years, 35-50 years, and >50 years was conducted, based on data collected by convenient, stratified random sampling from various geographical locations between 2003 and 2012, and its relationship with contraception, abortion, and other factors.

Estrogen levels were evaluated in four samples of sea water and three samples of river water.

Electrophoresis of haemoglobin in sea water was used to detect foetal and adult haemoglobin. Alpha fetoprotein and human chorioamnionine were found in sea and river water samples.

With a p value of 0.0005, endogenous oestrogen was found to be lower than normal in 61 percent of contraceptive users, and 25 percent had low normal serum oestrogen; Fig. 3. River water contained 3-5 pg of oestrogen, but sea water only had 0.3-1 pg, showing that oestrogen transported by rivers is diluted in the sea. A standard haemoglobin electrophoresis that measured in grammes revealed no discernible bands. Human chorionic gonadotropins were estimated in the sea, river water as 0.1miu/ml; alpha feto protein was measured in the sea, river water as 0.6ng; and human chorionic gonadotropins were estimated in the sea, river water as 0.1miu/ml.

A low-cholesterol diet has been linked to a 50% increase in degenerate hormones due to decreased endogenous oestrogen production.

Conclusion: The concept has been acquired contraception, abortion status, with smashed fragmentation of germ cells by prohibiting them from traversing their normal path, resulting in reduced endogenous oestrogen: androgen, defaulted genomic repertoire, deranged cell metabolism, increased prevalence of liver disease, including nonalcoholic steatotic hepatitis, [fatty change liver] and [Unless blood is spilt, estrogen—which is a hormone produced directly into the bloodstream and circulated in the blood—is circulating in the blood]

As a cause and effect phenomenon, reversing contraception lowered hepatic illnesses, aborted blood, contraceptive menstrual blood environmental pollution, and microbiological incidence and virulence; while pregnant with 4200 pp. Estrogen is produced by the placenta, and a healthy immune system eliminates the hepatitis B virus. By achieving contraception, condom use maintains the disease and reduces the carrier status of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Hepatitis B, and C viruses.

 

Author (S) Details

Elizabeth Jeya Vardhini Samuel
Department of general medicine, Pondicherry institute of Medical sciences, Pondicherry, India.

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