Tag: Fetal Toxicity & Teratology
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Assessment of fluoride levels during pregnancy and its association with early adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Background and Aim: There is sparse data available on human subjects regarding the affect of excessive fluoride exposures on pregnancy. The aim of this study was to examine the association between elevated urinary fluoride levels during early pregnancy and maternal anemia and adverse fetal outcome. Patients and Methods: We enrolled 600 pregnant patients with gestational […]
Prenatal fluoride for growth and development: Part X.
Industrial fluoride pollution: Chronic fluoride poisoning in Cornwall Island cattle.
Fluoride’s Effect on Fetal Brain
The human placenta does not prevent the passage of fluoride from a pregnant mother’s bloodstream to the fetus. As a result, a fetus can be harmed by fluoride ingested pregnancy. Based on research from China, the fetal brain is one of the organs susceptible to fluoride poisoning. As highlighted by the excerpts below, three Chinese studies […]
FDA Attacks Prenatal Fluorides
October 24, 1966: The Food and Drug Administration last week moved to strike from the market fluoride-containing vitamin and mineral prescription preparations for prenatal use.