Well, I have to start off by saying that mold and pregnant women studies don’t seem to easy to come across. What pregnant woman would volunteer for this study even if it did exist?
Even though there isn’t any straight answer that links mold and miscarriage, there has been “anecdotal evidence.” Which means these signs, symptoms and problems people have had with their babies or “unborn” babies so to speak, have been theories from others. Which can definitely be just as crucial information. On this note…
Some people have had sudden (as they always are) miscarriages while coincidentally finding a big ration of mold in their homes shortly after. It has even been said that SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can come of that 4-letter ugly word everyone hates, mold.
Mold is definitely linked with other symptoms people seem to develop (our earlier blog). Such as
-cold “like” symptoms
and even blindness, cancer and death. And much more symptoms you can find on a previous blog post of ours that is more in depth.
The problem is though, doctors seems to trace back these symptoms to a source that is sometimes false. There are not many doctors that ask you after, “And have you checked your house for mold lately?”
Which is why you have to take it upon yourself to get it checked today. Especially if you are pregnant. Black mold is known for death, cancer, blindness and many other severe and harsh health results.
Think about how sensitive women are when they are pregnant and what they can’t even eat, let alone inhale. Thankfully, you can get an air quality test VioClean provides. Keep your family healthy.
Thanks as always!
KEEP IT CLEAN AND KEEP IT GREEN