Babies, pesticide sprays, and nose bleeds
Category: Health > Children
Asked by: bigroy1231-ga
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01 May 2005 18:51 PDT
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Question ID: 516641
Can an exterminator's pesticide spray cause nose bleeds for a 4 month old baby? If not, what else could cause repeated but non-serious nose bleeds? Recently our apartment complex had our apartment sprayed by an exterminator because of a spider outbreak. Ever since then, our baby has been having some repeated but minor nose bleeds. It's not like a severe nose bleed or anything serious. Just a little bit of blood comes out with some snot. I personally think it's just her sensitive nostrols and maybe some dry boogers that are causing it but my wife wants some reassurance. Can someone help me find out if the pesticides could cause this or if it is something else? Thanks!
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Re: Babies, pesticide sprays, and nose bleeds
From: powerjug-ga on 02 May 2005 09:32 PDT
A book you may want to consult. It is by a wonderful and brilliant woman, Dr. Doris Rapp. http://www.drrapp.com/books.html BOOK: Is This Your Child's World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick by DORIS RAPP. This new practical book tells you exactly what you, your teacher, your school, and your doctor want and need to know about illness due to school, home and environmental exposures. Best of luck,
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