You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Tuesday, August 28, 2018


 I have done previous posts about tap water and miscarriage. This article explains how the chlorine in tap water may be responsible for a higher miscarriage rate.  When I was pregnant, I drank bottled water for this reason.  However, you may need to do some type of analysis on where your bottled water comes from also!  Read more:

Trihalomethanes (chloroform, bromoform, bromodichloromethane, and chlorodibromomethane) are common contaminants of chlorinated drinking water. They form when chlorine reacts with decomposing plant material, which is often found in water from surface sources.

Although animal data suggest some of the trihalomethanes may interfere with reproduction at high doses, little information exists on the relationship between trihalomethane exposure and miscarriage (spontaneous abortion) in humans.

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We examined exposure to trihalomethanes in relation to miscarriage in a study of 5,144 pregnant women living in three areas of California (centered in Santa Clara, Walnut Creek and Fontana). These women were interviewed early in pregnancy about their water consumption and a variety of other factors that may influence pregnancy outcome. (That study is discussed in further detail in Swan et al, an analysis conducted on the same data).
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Eighty-five drinking water utilities served the pregnant women’s homes. These utilities provided records of distribution system measurements of total trihalomethanes (TTHM) and, where available, the four individual trihalomethanes. The TTHM level in a participant’s home tap water was estimated by averaging all measurements taken by her utility during her first trimester. Tap water levels of the individual trihalomethanes (chloroform, bromoform, etc.) were estimated in the same manner.

Women who drank five or more glasses per day of cold home tap water containing at least 75 ug per liter of TTHM had a miscarriage rate of 15.7%. Among other women (those who drank less than 5 glasses per day and/or had tap water containing less than 75 µg per liter of TTHM) the miscarriage rate was 9.5% (Adjusted odds ratio for miscarriage of 1.8, 95% confidence interval 1.1-3.0).


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