reply to post by ZeroReady
Observations ... get a 2nd opinion from a parent you trust implicitly with you and your soon to arrive bundle of joy (and sleepless nights) ok.
Concerns are a big Yes! ... Since if you over scrub and condition the entire environment then that puts a serious dent in the childs immune system for
Early on the kid needs to get its immune system from its mother and hence why breast feeding is a prime quality gift to the child and also a prime
logistical concern for the mother who is ordained by mother nature herself to physically take care of such nessessities.
However after the 1st year or so , or when they start walking [note not crawling .. upright walking ok], and they start getting about on their own
then it is impossible to be there and literally watch over them every second of the day as you have dire and pressing physical needs that require
So mother nature has provided us all, kids included, with an immune system which is strengthened by everything we come into contact with on a moment
to moment basis.
You don't have immaculately clean foundations when building anything from the Taj Mahal down to the merest meekest mudbrick hovel. And yet some of
those cow dung mud brick hovel floors are far cleaner and more immaculately kept by its owners once it was built and stood up solidly to the test of
time than many of the so called 1st class places I have had the displeasurre to visit during my lifetime.
Childrens proto immune systems do aok as far as mother nature is concerned because she also enforces the weeding out of the sick and weak and the
stragglers and those not able to weather and endure the slings and arrows that life pits one against often in the evolution of our livelyhoods within
our lifestyles environmental constraints.
Both you and your child are mortal and so it is wise to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
However we also have medical science on our side and as long as you are fully aware and also understanding of what is in the vaccines etc. and what is
being deliberately put into your childs body and how that directly relates to your childs growth patterns and general health and well being ... then I
see nothing wrong with utilizing safe medical practices that are backed up by the science and the statistics ... to protect us and the children from
extremely debilitating diseases even if one does survive the illness and polio is but one clear example of how simply removing humans as the sole host
animal for such parasytic wild lifeforms to procreate inside ... fixes things for the entire human species as a whole.
Theories ... require some solid data and aside from 'black mold' on 'Hawaii' I have very little to go on in regards to a potential culprit that
may or may not harm your child depending on more as yet undetailed real world factors than one can simply deal with and not go utterly insane from
brain overload or freeze in catatonic shock from having to process so slowly that neither are viable options.
I'd recommend finding out all abouty this black mold fungus and also your personal family medical history such as but not limited to heart disease ,
cancers etc. and also find out and study you and your childs blood types.
I'd also recommend getting a dna profile BUT and one MUST exercise CAUTION here because it has pro and cons attached with getting it depending on the
country you live in.
In Australia its an expensive test and takes a while to get the results and then you need to go learn how to properly interpret those results deeply
And that helps is keeping oneself fit and healthy by being aware of any and all issues. It is good thing to have medically ..BUT insurance companies
generally are not to be completely trusted when it comes to making a medical claim and so having foreknowledge may count against one in a court of
law, god forbid such things ever occur to you and your child ok.
Here in Australia the citizens who do know MUST DISCLOSE any issue that they are personally aware of for OH&S reasons BUT by law that information can
never be held against us when making a claim for legitimate insurance reasons.
I'd talk such stuff over personally face to face with my medical insurance sales representatives and or their managers, after consulting my family
doctor and possibly a 2nd independant expertly qualified opinion, so as to leave no room for error and or mistakes because such things can haunt one
Therefor ... it might be prudent to get informed deeply about whooping cough and sids which still plague humanity in significant numbers and are a
tragedy for the deceased children and an absolute epic disaster for the grieving parents!
Personal Disclosure: Goodluck and May God Bless you, yours and all your children!
Peace be upon you!