Ok I have spent the better part of today googling when I should be working. When I first started down the immune path with the RI, I thought that this had to be the answer. But after IVIG did absolutely nothing to affect my NK T cells (which RI says is the problem), as you ladies know I've been debating about his treatment's effectiveness. (RI had told me 80 percent of his patients that he recommends IVIG for has success.)
So I'm trying to get to the bottom of the controversy because I don't know who to believe. Yes, I know there are examples of women who've gone to RIs and gotten/stayed pg, but that's just anecdotal. If there are studies that support immune treatment, but then why do the vast majority of REs still not "believe in" the treatment? True, most people used to think the world was flat, but these are top scientists who've dedicated their lives to fixing IF issues. Why would they be so against something if there is proof it works?
So far all I've heard is from women who are very defensive about immune treatment and say that REs just don't "understand" it. I don't know what that means - either there are studies that prove it or there aren't. And if there aren't studies that prove it, why not? This isn't exactly a new area - Dr B.eer started researching this a long time ago.
I'm not looking for a defensive argument, or an anecdotal one, and I'm still on the fence myself - I just want an objective reasoning for this controversy.
I know I'm a AW today, but it's been slow around here