Wasn't sure where to put this...
I've never had fertility issues but have been around BH long enough to notice many threads about NK (natural killer??) cells and infertility. Can any offer an explanation on what impact high NK Cells have on fertility and whether having high NK Cells is something you have for life or if it's something that fluctuates.
The reason I ask....my 13yo DD has recently being diagnosed with an immune deficiency, although nothing particularly serious (essentially she has problems fighting off some infections). She has had a multitude of blood tests. On one of her tests was a test for NK Cells. ..it was quite significantly elevated above the expected range. The Dr's didn't mention it but now I'm wondering if it is significant for future fertility?
Any thoughts anyone? ?