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Unborn Fetus May Experience Complications Due to Face Masks, Say Scientists.

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A group of German scientists published a study in the scientific journal Heliyon, which states:

“Mask-wearing, made mandatory during the COVID-19 pandemic in most parts of the world, increases carbon dioxide inhalation and is deadly to health.”

A ‘shocking’ new study from German scientists suggests that face masks may increase the risk of stillbirth, testicular dysfunction and cognitive decline in children.

A review of dozens of studies on face masks found that they can cause mild carbon dioxide poisoning when worn for long periods. The German scientists who conducted the study believe that the masks create a pocket of “dead space” between the mouth and the mask that traps the toxic gas.

It is said that the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the body of a pregnant woman can cause complications for the unborn fetus. Carbon dioxide also contributes to oxidative stress, which can affect cognition and cause testicular problems in men.

Scientists say that the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the body of a pregnant woman can cause complications for the unborn fetus. Carbon dioxide also contributes to oxidative stress, which can affect cognition and cause testicular problems in men.

One study these scientists analyzed found that at least 0.3% of long-term exposure to carbon dioxide in pregnant rats and young mice resulted in brain damage, increased anxiety, and memory impairment. In another study, male rats were exposed to 2.5% carbon dioxide for four hours, equivalent to 0.5% for humans, and it destroyed testicular cells and sperm cells. A third study found that 3% carbon dioxide (equivalent to 0.8% in humans) causes stillbirth and birth defects.

However, independent experts questioned the results of the study, which did not directly look at health complications and the use of masks, and called the aforementioned relationship unlikely.

Source: ok.ru

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