I didn’t always know how to avoid miscarriage because it didn’t seem relevant to me–until I had two of them!
One thing I’ve learned recently is that women are having a harder time getting pregnant these days. Miscarriage rates are higher than ever and, oddly, going up every year. I was no exception.
Struggling to Get Pregnant?
After struggling to get pregnant, and then having another miscarriage last year, I started praying and looking for reasons…why? I mean, I was “Fertile Myrtle” in my 20’s! Yes, I’ve aged a bit, but that didn’t feel like a valid reason for my predicament, especially with the massive emotional and physical improvements I’ve made to my health since then. So I started asking myself (and God): What is different now that wasn’t the case fifteen years ago?? During my brainstorm, I considered the possibility of Covid-19 spike proteins being an issue; it’s quite the controversial topic these days! Perhaps…. And then it hit me: 5G didn’t exist when I was pregnant twelve years ago. I also purchased an electric vehicle last year.…
EMF Blockers and How to Avoid Miscarriage
When I started digging, I wasn’t surprised to find that EMF radiation is, in fact, linked to fertility issues. Being solution-oriented, I researched and found some products claiming to block EMF ‘s. Some of them sounded plausible…but were they legit or a gimmick? I was finding controversial information both in favor of and against them…but something told me to move ahead. So I said a little prayer, took a leap of faith, and spent a small fortune on EMF blocking products through https://emf-harmony.com/.
I also bought a Whole House USB and a Defender Shield for my laptop. (To this day, if I see my teenage son working on his laptop without Defender Shield, I ask him innocently, “Do you want to have children someday?” [Cue son to ‘roll eyes’]
When my EMF Blocking products arrived, I eagerly applied them to the Internet, the cars, every phone, all headphones, computers, and to every human and animal under my care. I literally went “all out.” Some might call me a fool…but you know what? Literally one week later, I was pregnant. Coincidence? I don’t think so.
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