? Preventing that next miscarriage
Hi several years ago I read an article that said women in Silicone Valley California were experiencing a higher rate of miscarriage and they were blaming silicone from silicone chips in the factories for computer making.
I just read in my recipe book that they use silicone to coat the muffin pans with. Aluminum is not so good for the brain either so I would be careful about the type of pans used for the baby's sake. Glass made for making or stovetop, (just be careful to follow instructions in heating or cooling to prevent breakage or injury not heating or cooling too fast) or iron might be more preferrable.
A relative of mine blamed heavy power lines she lived near for her miscarriage although I am sure there may be other factors. A friend of mines relatives neice recently had a slow heart rate and her baby was born at six months and died. I wonder if she had taken a walk to get a faster heart rate if the baby would have made it. They say to have perfect health one must have perfect circulation. A daily walk for most pregnant women might be beneficial in the opinion of some unless of course the doctor has forbidden it for some other problem the woman has.