Brit Woman Says Miscarriage may Have Been Caused by Electromagnetic Waves

by Kathy Jones on  June 14, 2012 at 10:38 PM Lifestyle News
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A 34-year old mother in England revealed that she is sensitive to electromagnetic waves from modern gadgets and believes that a miscarriage that she suffered back in 2010 was because of fluorescent lights in her workplace.
 Brit Woman Says Miscarriage may Have Been Caused by Electromagnetic Waves
Brit Woman Says Miscarriage may Have Been Caused by Electromagnetic Waves

Hannah Metcalfe revealed that being exposed to electromagnetic waves leads to stomach cramps, flu-like symptoms and splitting headaches.

Ms Metcalfe added that she is so sensitive to the waves that she has quit her job as a trainee solicitor and her partner, Mark Terry, goes to the town to run his errands.

"A week ago I had some very bad bleeding and was sure I had miscarried again. ¬Thankfully the baby is fine. I need to avoid Wi-Fi as much as I can. It makes me ill and I have to consider what it could be doing to the baby", she said.



Source: Medindia

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