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Fertility Benefits of Wobenzym N

Fertility Benefits of Wobenzym N

Systemic Enzyme Therapy for Fertility - Wobenzym NI am excited to share with all of you some important information about a systemic enzyme blend, backed by years of scientific research for a variety of fertility issues. Wobenzym N is an enzyme blend we like to use for Systemic Enzyme Therapy because it has been shown through research to be safe for use during pregnancy. This makes Wobenzym N a viable choice for women who desire to use Systemic Enzyme Therapy when trying to conceive.

Wobenzym is the only systemic enzyme formula that has been shown to safely reduce the incidence of immune-related recurrent miscarriage during pregnancy. The research also shows no negative side effects on either the mother or baby through long-term use during pregnancy. Other studies have given hope to the healing of Chlamydia, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Blocked Fallopian Tubes, scar tissue, and adhesions, and increases the chance of healing other immune-related fertility issues, such as antisperm antibodies.

79% Success in Preventing Immunological Induced Miscarriage…

Recently we shared with you a wonderful study on the use of systemic enzyme therapy for women whose bodies attack their fetus, which eventually leads to miscarriage. Many of these women have had multiple miscarriages until it was determined their bodies would trigger an immune response once they became pregnant. Doctors and scientists can’t explain why the body does this, but they do know that in women with immune-related miscarriage, the body sends attack cells to destroy the fetus. Wobenzym N was shown in this study to greatly reduce the incidence of miscarriage in women with immunological response to pregnancy resulting in miscarriage. In the 2000 study performed by Dr. F.-W. Dittmar, there were 144 women treated using the systemic enzyme blend Wobenzym N. Of these 144, 114 were able to carry out their pregnancies and gave birth to healthy babies. This is a 79% success rate with no adverse side-effects.

If you are one of these women who suffer from immunological-induced miscarriage, talk to your doctor about this study and the proven safety of using Wobenzym N throughout pregnancy!

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Treatment with Wobenzym N

Dr. F.-W. Dittmar also performed another study on women with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). PID is a general term used to describe inflammation of the uterus, ovaries, and/or fallopian tubes. PID can be caused by parasitic, viral, fungal, but most often is a bacterial infection. If left untreated PID, can lead to scar tissue and adhesion formation. If PID advances to this stage it may lead to blocked fallopian tubes and sterility in women. PID often comes from Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD’s). 2/3 of women who have undergone laparoscopic surgery to determine infertility cause who were found to have PID were unaware they even had PID.

Dr. Dittmar performed a randomized double -blind study on 100 female patients with PID. One group was given 5 tablets of Wobenzym N, three times a day. The control group was given an NSAID drug in the usual dosage. Both groups were also given antibiotics (PID requires antibiotics). The patients were given the treatment for 16 or 17 days. Wobenzym N performed with amazing results in fighting damage to tissues, pain, inflammation and overall pelvic congestion. 57% of women using Wobenzym N were without any complaints, whereas only 6% of women who took NSAIDs were without complaints. Overall, 100% of the patients who use Wobenzym N reported their condition as substantially improved, compared to only 73.5 % using the NSAIDs. In addition, studies have shown Wobenzym N enhances the body’s response to use of antibiotic medications.

Wobenzym N in Combination with Antibiotics Helps to Eradicate Chlamydia

Chlamydia is one of the most curious STDs today. This is because it is not a bacterium, fungus or virus, but yet it can do the most damage to fertility, resulting in sterility. Chlamydia can lead to PID, which may lead to blocked fallopian tubes, scar tissue, and adhesion as discussed above. It not only effects women, but men also. All of this may decrease your chances for a successful pregnancy. Chlamydia infection can also be very painful and damaging to the body. Chlamydia is always treated with a round of antibiotic treatment and it is usually successful, especially when caught very early. But in 30 to 50% of the cases, there is no elimination of the Chlamydia. Instead the use of antibiotics may transform the infection into a latent chronic form and can increase the likelihood for it to transform in to a drug-resistant infection.

In the case of Chlamydia infection, Wobenzym N was used in a study in Russia in 1997 to see if it could wipe-out any traces of Chlamydia infection when combined with antibiotic drug therapy. The study was done on both men and women. It is important to note that a Chlamydia infection, when advanced, can be very uncomfortable. In women, it can cause painful vaginal discharge, joint pain, itching, painful urination, and inflammation of the cervix and inner surface of the eyelid. In the study 57% of the women were diagnosed as infertile, 35% had suffered recurrent miscarriages. For the men, they were experiencing painful urination, pain in the perineum, anus and lumbar region, some urethral discharge, and hyperemia. Some of the men also had erectile dysfunction and an 80.9% of reduction in sperm quality, count, and health. Many of the sperm were deformed. This is a major concern for men with Chlamydia who are desiring to have children.

The first group of women who only used a course of antibiotic treatment had a success rate of only 17.2% eradication, with 72.4 percent still showing a pap smear with Chlamydia present.

Women who received antibiotics and Wobenzym N resulted in a 66.7% complete recovery rate.

Men who received both antibiotics and Wobenzym N had an 89.5% complete recovery rate.

“The most expressive clinical effect was received using the combination of the antibiotic, enzymes and immuno-correction.”- 10/2006 report in the Russian language publication of the Georgia Medical News Report.

Healing Scar Tissue and Adhesion Formation

Scar tissue and adhesions causing fertility issues can form for a variety of reasons: uterine fibroids, pelvic surgery such as Cesarean Section, PID, damage to fallopian tubes, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, IUD, or abortion.

How systemic enzyme blends eliminate scar tissue:

  • The systemic enzyme blend works as a biological response modifier; working with the body’s own immune defense system to moderate the inflammatory response.
  • They support cleansing of the tissues, and promote better circulation.
  • They break down and remove “fibrin”, the make-up of prolonged inflammation and scar tissue/adhesion formation.
  • They break down the proteins in the blood that cause inflammation; this facilitates their removal via the lymphatic and circulatory system.
  • Reduction in inflammation, increase in proper blood formation, and increase in proper circulation hinders scar tissue and adhesion formation, while reducing pain.

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Using Wobenzym N Properly

It is important to realize that systemic enzyme blends work slowly over time. They are not like medications, either over the counter or prescription. Systemic enzyme blends are also much safer than medication and often just as effective. Systemic enzyme blends must be taken on an empty stomach 45 minutes to 1 hour prior to eating or 1-2 hours after consuming a meal. Drink with at least 8oz of water. It is better to take your dosage spread out in the day rather than all at once. Follow the directions on the product label or as directed in a therapeutic dose as suggested by your health care practitioner. Wobenzym is best used for 1-3 months consistently for most conditions. It has been shown safe for long term use even in pregnancy under the supervision of your doctor. Do not use this product without consulting your doctor if you are on blood thinners or other NSAID prescribed therapy. Click here to learn more about Fertility Enzyme Therapy…

“Wobenzym N is the most thoroughly researched enzyme mixture available worldwide. Wobenzym N contains five potent enzymes including pancreatin, trypsin, chymotrypsin, bromelain, and papain, as well as the bioflavanoind rutin. Wobenzym is clearly the most scientifically and clinically validated enzyme formula in the world.” -Michael Loes, M.D., M.D. (H.)

Too learn more about related subjects covered in this article, please visit the following links:

5 Steps To Decreasing the Chance of Recurrent Miscarriages

How STD’s Can Affect Your Fertility

Wobenzym N Study

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  • Loes, M., M.D., M.D. (H.). (2010). The New Aspirin Alternative – Systemic Oral Enzymes, Freedom Press.
  • Dittmar, F­W. (3/2000). Enzyme therapy ­ a method of immune therapy for women with a history of immunologically- induced habitual abortion. ​Forum Medizin Verlagsgesellschaft, Forum Immunologie. Retrieved from:
  • Chichoke, A., M.A., D.C. (2000). Enzymes & Enzyme Therapy – how to jump-start your way to lifelong good health. Second Edition. Chicago: Illinois. Keats Publishing. pp 199-200.
  • Dittmar, F.-W. (1990). “Enzymetherapie in der Gynakologi (Enzyme Treatment in Gynecology).” Allgemein Medizin. 19:1568-1569.
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Dr. Christine Traxler M.D., OB/GYN
Dr. Christine Traxler M.D., OB/GYN

Dr. Traxler is a University-trained obstetrician/gynecologist, working with patients in Minnesota for over 20 years. She is a professional medical writer; having authored multiple books on pregnancy and childbirth; textbooks and coursework for medical students and other healthcare providers; and has written over 1000 articles on medical, health, and wellness topics.  Dr. Traxler attended the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences and University of Minnesota Medical School,  earning a degree in biochemistry with summa cum laude honors in 1981,  and receiving her Medical Doctorate degree (MD) in 1986.

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    Good Morning Doctor i’m Haseeb from pakistan male 25 years old single. currently working in dubai . Doctor i’m suffering from gonorrhea from last 5 to 7 years i tried to get rid of this disease from different doctors but i could not. Now i feel a bucket attached to my left testis for last 6 days with pain and burning during urination also feel yellowish drops of sperm after urination. Doctor please suggest me what i have to do.Suggest me the medicine or something else please i’m very disturb due to this problem waiting for you Kind Reply Cell # 00971527939183

    • Dear Haseeb,

      I am very sorry for all you are going through, but I am not a doctor and we do not have one on staff. Helping you treat the symptoms you have and the STI is beyond our scope of practice. It will be best for you to seek help from a trusted medical professional or natural healthcare practitioner near you. Do continue to do research as well. I see Dr. Mercola has an article on his site sharing of home remedies (we are not affiliated and can not claim their effectiveness. This is not suggested as a replacement for medical treatment).

      My best!

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    Hello again,
    I posted a comment on March 12 asking about recommended dose for Wobenzym and Serrapeptase. I have since started taking these as recommended on the bottle.
    A week ago, 2 hours after taking them, I had nausea and vomiting. I stopped taking them for a while and symptoms resolved. Last night I resumed taking them and again 2 hours later I was awakened by intense nausea and then vomiting. I was wondering if this is a known reaction to one or both of these enzymes. So you know, when I take them, I do so on an empty stomach.
    I thought the first episode might’ve been a late reaction to something I ate, but when it happened again, I noted the pattern. I’d appreciate your insight.
    …Oh and, I already took a pregnancy test 🙂

    • Hello Linda!

      I am sorry to hear this. Although rare, I have just worked with another woman who experiences the same thing when taking Serrapeptase. This has not been my personal experience however.

      If you felt you wanted to give it one more try, perhaps taking just one of the supplements would change things, or trying the lowest suggested dose, or if you took them 45 minutes before a meal, try taking them 2 hours after you eat. These are options, but I certainly would understand not wanting to try them again. Perhaps the makers of Wobenzym N, Garden of Life, would have input as to why this sometimes happens.

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      I had the exact same thing happen to me, I was taking both supplements, and had extreme nausea, vomiting and diarrhea 2 hours after taking it. I stopped taking the Wobenzym, and continued with the Serrapeptase, and the nausea, vomiting and diarrhea went away.

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    What is the correct dosage of Wobenzym for blocked tubes caused by adhesions? I would like to try it. Also, Howmuch should I take if I’m also taking Serrapeptase (another enzyme). Should I take both together? I’ve looked on several blogs / message boards and everyone seems to make up their own regimen. While I could do that, I would like to take the supplement at the correct dose so it actually works without causing too many side effects.
    Thank you

    • Hello Linda!

      It will be best to follow the suggested use on the box/of the manufacturer of Wobenzym N and of the Serrapeptase supplement you choose. That there are many different brands that may differ slightly in suggested ues, is perhaps why you see so many different ways they are taken. Wobenzym N and Serrapeptase can be taken together.

      Have you heart of FertilicaTM Choice Enzymes? It may be worth learning about this supplement too. This guide will help: Systemic Enzyme Therapy with FertilicaTM Choice Enzymes.

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    Can Wobenzym be used to treat NK cells in the endometrium

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    Can Wobenzym be taken throughout the cycle or at a certain phase of the cycle?

    • Dear Ana,

      Wobenzyn M can be taken all cycle long unless you have heavy menstrual bleeding. If this is the case, it’s best to not take it during menstruation.

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    So i just miscarried ( AGAIN, 3rd time ) that baby after 6.5 weeks…on your website it says
    “Recurrent Miscarriage”
    For recurrent pregnancy losses caused from either immunological response or blood clotting issues, Systemic Enzyme Therapy is an effective option. In a five year study, women who had experienced recurrent miscarriage due to immunological response (more than 30% of miscarriages) were put on a systemic enzyme supplement before and during their pregnancies. 79% of the women carried out their pregnancies to term and gave birth to healthy babies.This is an amazing discovery.-
    So, i wonder baby’s growth stopped because i stopped taking Wobenzyme??
    i will NOT stop next time i feel

    • Hello Alex!

      I am so sorry!

      I have not heard of women miscarrying because they stopped Wobenzym N in pregnancy. There are simply so many causes of miscarriage, I can’t know it this could have been the cause. Have you discussed with your healthcare provider the cause of your losses? It may be time to do a bit or further investigation.

      You may also appreciate our guide 5 Steps To Decreasing the Chance of Recurrent Miscarriages.

      I hope this is helpful!

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      I have MS and a history of recurrent loss and took Wobenzym in my first pregnancy. I believe it controlled my thyroid disorder and PCOS. I also stopped taking Wobenzym around 7 weeks and miscarried within a week. I am trying again this month and plan to take it throughout my pregnancy.

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    Dalene, Question : I have Sjogren’s syndrome. I was taking Wobenzyme consistently for 2-3 months up to Earlier this month( december 2017). i also took fertility herbs, then i just got Pregnant Naturally! ( btw my history ; Lost 1 st baby after birth due to CDH, 2 miscarriages after-1 year apart, 1 FAILED IVF this year, then, i just got pregnant after being more consistent with Wobenzyme 3-4 times a day.
    HOWEVER, My Fertility Doctor told me i have to STOP taking Wobenzyme because it contains ENZYME and this Enzyme could kill protein which is Fetus. so I stopped.
    I stopped 1 week after i found out that i’m pregnant, he put me on Progesterone shot & suppository twice a day. + Aspirin beca

    • Dear Alex,

      Congratulations on your pregnancy! I hope you are feeling hopeful and well!

      Wobenzym N is not known to cause harm in pregnancy. In fact is has been studied in pregnancy for women who have had recurrent miscarriages. That said, it is best to follow the advice of your healthcare provider who knows your needs best. I would also encourage reaching out to the makers of Wobenzym N, Garden of Life, for continued support and their knowledge on using Wobenzym N in pregnancy.

      I am so sorry if your doctor has concerned you, but we do not know of a reason for concern.

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    I am currently taking this while ttc to help deal with some scar tissue. Should I stop during the ovulation/implantation phase?

    • Dear DW,

      Wobenzym N can be taken all cycle long while actively trying to conceive. It is best stopped if you think you may be pregnant or continued with the support or your midwife or healthcare provider. It has been shown safe for long term use, even in pregnancy under the supervision of your doctor.

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    Can I continue to take wobwenzym N and serapeptase during my mock cycle preparing for an IVF cycle? Could it interfere with the outcomes like assessing my uterine lining or cause any issues?

    • Dear Kelly,

      This is something you need to talk to your doctor about. He/she should know all that you are taking and approve or guide you even in a mock cycle. Some are fine with continuing systemic enzymes and others are not. It depends on their knowledge of systemic enzymes and their client’s specific situation.

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    Hi! I had endometriosis surgery last month. I am trying to avoid more scar tissue, as I’ve had 3 other pelvic surgeries in the last 4 years. I’ve fibroid open surgery 4 years ago, an ectopic pregnancy November 2015 after an infection from an hsg test, endometrioma surgery April 2016, and this latest was only 4 weeks ago for the removal of 2 endometriomas (one on each ovary). My entire uterus, colon, tube and bowel were stuck together, likely from all of these surgeries. They basically took it all apart laparoscopically and put it back into the correct spots…they did a test on my remaining tube and said it looks great. Can this help to keep this from happening again? Thanks so much!

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    Can I take Wobenzym with Vitex and Maca?