Being Rh-negative means you don’t have a certain protein on the surface of your red blood cells. This doesn’t mean you’re directly susceptible to autoimmune disease. Your red blood aren’t the only cells involved with your immune system. You also have 16 different white blood cells that all play major roles in your immune system as well as the autonomic nervous system that controls all organ function.


It takes major failures in several systems throughout your body to produce an autoimmune disease. Most of the time these systems fail from exposure to toxins in our food, toxins in the environment, vaccinations, antibiotics, and/or medications. Here are a few videos if you’d like to learn more about the immune system and autoimmune diseases:

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