However, I’m pretty sure that I will never forgive myself, for my transgressions are embodied in a beautiful seven-year-old who tells me daily that I am “the best Mom in the universe.” I know the truth. All of these “unforgivable” actions were done with the best of intentions, but we all know what they say about “good intentions” and “the road to hell.” I am admitting here for all the world to see: I gave my son Autism. 2) High-fructose corn syrup – I drank Coca Cola every single day while I was pregnant.
I was so incredibly nauseous and it made my stomach feel better.
Now, I know this seems absurd, but at the time, I was in incredible pain and was told by hospital staff that it was perfectly safe and was used at these levels all over the country.
According to them, Montana just has a very low cap on the highest level allowed. Here is an explanation from an excellent article on that explains the potential risks associated with Pitocin: “In either induced or enhanced use of Pitocin, the blood supply, and therefore the oxygen source to the uterus, is greatly reduced.
I was in so much pain that I wasn’t about to look into this further.
I trusted my OB thoroughly and needed to feel better.
And not just a regular C-section: it was such an emergency that I had to be anesthetized via general anesthesia, even though I had an epidural in place. He then received five courses of antibiotics before he was a year old for chronic ear infections.
Thirty-six hours of drug-induced hell, and I still ended up with a C-section. He was then exposed for the first two weeks of his life via breast milk.At his six-month “well” visit, he was diagnosed with his second ear infection.He received vaccinations for seven different diseases despite being ill, and we left with a prescription for Amoxicillin.My spiritual beliefs have evolved and changed over the years, but the idea of forgiveness is still critical to how I walk through life. A simple Google search about any one of these topics will provide more information than you could ever want. While there is no definitive “causal link,” enough has been found to warrant further research and precautionary measures.There are things I have done for which I know God forgives me. According to this article, “Research shows populations exposed to ultrasound have a quadrupled perinatal death rate, increased rates of brain damage, nerve cell demylienation, dyslexia, speech delays, epilepsy and learning difficulty.” Sound familiar?While I didn’t know there was mercury in the Coke, I have to be honest and admit that OF COURSE I knew that eating and drinking junk wasn’t good for my baby.