The following article was profiled in the latest newsletter from United Chiropractors Association and since we have just posted an article about Nature Needing No Help – Just No Interference, we felt this was timely.
Consider the following:
Conception: Two cells meet and join and multiply to become a fully formed baby in nine months without any input from us.
- How do those cells know what to do?
- How does this happen? All from pure “innate intelligence”.
- Does it need our help? No! Does it need our interference? Definitely Not!
Nature is very clever and always strives for health. It is it’s natural state. Unfortunately most people are controlled by fear which determines the choices that are made – the kind of interference that is given to a developing foetus. We believe in letting nature do what it knows what to do without any interference from us.
The definition of FEAR is False Evidence Appearing Real!
The TRUTH is nature knows best. Trust it and see!
Problems with Sound and Heat in Prenatal Ultrasound
One challenge that ultrasound operators face is keeping the transducer positioned over the part of the fetus the operator is trying to visualize. When fetuses move away from the stream of high-frequency sound waves, they may be feeling vibrations, heat or both. As the FDA warned in 2004, “ultrasound is a form of energy, and even at low levels, laboratory studies have shown it can produce physical effect in tissue, such as jarring vibrations and a rise in temperature.”(9) This is consistent with research conducted in 2001 in which an ultrasound transducer aimed directly at a miniature hydrophone placed in a woman’s uterus recorded sound “as loud as a subway train coming into the station.”(10)
A rise in temperature of fetal tissue-especially since the expectant mother cannot even feel it-might not seem alarming, but temperature increases can cause significant damage to a developing fetus’s central nervous system, according to research.(11) Across mammalian species, elevated maternal or fetal body temperatures have been shown to result in birth defects in offspring.(12) An extensive review of literature on maternal hyperthermia in a range of mammals found that “central nervous system (CNS) defects appear to be the most common consequence of hyperthermia in all species, and cell death or delay in proliferation of neuroblasts [embryonic cells that develop into nerve cells] is believed to be one major explanation for these effects.”(13)
- Caroline Rodgers
Excerpted from “Questions About Prenatal Ultrasound and the Alarming Increase in Autism,” Midwifery Today,
Read the full article: http://www.midwiferytoday.com/articles/ultrasoundrodgers.asp
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