Hydrogen molecule and preterm birth prevention Nov 19, 2021

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The latest study "Effect of molecular hydrogen on uterine infammation during preterm labour" by the research team of Professor Tomoko Nakano of Nagoya University points out that hydrogen molecules have a positive effect on prolonging pregnancy and preventing preterm labour.

If the pregnancy is more than 20 weeks and the delivery is less than 37 weeks, it is premature. The incidence of preterm birth accounts for 8-10% of all pregnancies. Premature infants are prone to health problems, such as very low weight, excessive jaundice, sepsis and respiratory diseases, because they are not born in the mother's womb for a long time; premature infant deaths account for 80% of all neonatal deaths. Faced with such a problem, some parents are thinking, why are they born prematurely? Is there any way to prevent it? Many studies in modern medicine indicate that inflammation in the uterus may be the main cause of premature birth. So, does the "anti-inflammatory killer" hydrogen molecule help the uterine inflammation caused by premature birth?

Experiments on Molecules Hydrogen Machine to prevent premature birth
In order to study the relationship between hydrogen molecules and the prevention of preterm birth, Japanese scholars conducted two sets of experiments on 38 pregnant mice aged 8-10 weeks. Injection of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) with normal saline caused inflammation of the uterus of experimental rats. Observe the condition of the uterus of the experimental rats and the time of delivery. Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) is the main component of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria. It is an endotoxin that can cause a strong immune response and acute inflammation.

Experiment one
Twenty rats were randomly divided into 2 groups, with 10 rats in each group: lipopolysaccharide group and lipopolysaccharide hydrogenated water group. The rats in the two groups were injected with LPS 500 mg/kg saline on the 15th and 5th days of gestation; on the 14th and 5th days of gestation, the rats in the LPS-only group started drinking hydrogen water with a concentration of 0.2um. After the lipopolysaccharide saline solution was injected, the research team observed the delivery time of the experimental mice and found that (1) the average time from lipopolysaccharide injection to delivery was 18.2 hours for the experimental mice in the lipopolysaccharide group, and (2) the lipopolysaccharide hydrogenated water group The average time is 33.5 hours. This result shows that hydrogen water can effectively relieve premature birth caused by uterine inflammation.

Experiment two
The rats were randomly divided into 3 groups, 6 in each group: control group, lipopolysaccharide group and lipopolysaccharide water treatment group. Rats were injected intraperitoneally with different doses, concentrations (500 mg of LPS per kilogram) and different contents of normal saline to the uterus.
Control group: The rats were injected with normal saline without lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on the 15.5 day of pregnancy
Lipopolysaccharide group: the rats were injected with normal saline solution containing lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on the 15.5 day of pregnancy
Lipopolysaccharide hydrogenated water group: On the 14.5th day of pregnancy, the experimental rats started to drink hydrogen water with a concentration of 0,2uM, and injected physiological saline containing lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on the next day (day 15.5).
After applying physiological saline, the research team euthanized the experimental rats and collected and observed the uterine tissues of the experimental rats.

The research team also found that in the uterus of experimental mice in the lipopolysaccharide group, the expression of protein that promotes uterine contraction and the promotion of inflammatory factors Tnf. 116., 118, etc. The molecule can lengthen the pregnancy period of experimental mice with uterine inflammation by inhibiting the expression of promoting uterine contraction protein and alleviating uterine inflammation.

This research paper also mentioned that the effect of hydrogen molecules on preterm birth is to "prevent". Therefore, if pregnant mothers can start exposure to hydrogen health care before the acute inflammation of the uterus, they will rely on hydrogen molecules for anti-inflammation than after inflammation. More effective!

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