Study Claims Pregnant Mothers Can Significantly Help To Prevent The Disorder
This is interesting but I am not sure what to think. What about you?
There's so much we don't know right now that it's hard to say, as a lay person, my opinion. Because at the end of the day, I don't know. I took prenatals and my son ended up with it. Does that mean anything in the grand scheme of things? No, I'm only one person. BUT, if it clearly shows there's a correlation upon peer review then I think the medical field has an obligation to share that information. I almost wish that things like this wouldn't be shared outside of scientific circles when it's just a study, ya know? You can have a study show pretty much whatever you want, within reason. It's the peer review that makes or breaks it.
They have been trying to find the reason or cause for Autism for years. I am not sure if these is even for certain because my mother took prenatal vitamins with me, and I am still on the spectrum--even though I am on the lower side. I am not sure how adding extra iron would make a difference. It's like they are grasping for straws, in my opinion. As with most studies, it will be something else years from now.
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