Moms Were Right: Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Can Cause ADHD, Autism By for Children’s Health Defense
There are major lawsuits against the manufacturers of acetaminophen for compensation for the cost of neurodevelopmental disorders that follow due to its use during pregnancy.
In 2017, I sent (with help from SuperGrandpa Tony DiBiase) copies of my book “The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism” to 100 Deans of Schools of Medicine around the U.S. I also sent them studies on the link between the use of acetaminophen following fever induced by the MMR vaccine.
It is well established that vaccination leads to fever. Fever leads to acetaminophen use. The Moms told us years ago that they knew that acetaminophen depletes glutathione, impairing whole-body detoxification. Neurodevelopmental disorders follow.
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Now, there are major lawsuits against the manufacturers of acetaminophen for compensation for the cost of neurodevelopmental disorders that follow due to its use during pregnancy.
Here, I compile and share some of the most recent studies on this issue — with their key points highlighted. It is remarkable that none of these studies bothered to look at why the moms took acetaminophen during pregnancy.
It is also remarkable that acetaminophen was used in humans during pregnancy with zero data on its effects on neurodevelopment.
- “The drug was never shown to be safe for neurodevelopment.” — Cendejas-Hernandez et al., 2022
“Increasing evidence indicates that early life exposure to paracetamol (acetaminophen) may cause long-term neurodevelopmental problems.
“Furthermore, recent studies in animal models demonstrate that cognitive development is exquisitely sensitive to paracetamol exposure during early development. …
“This study finds hundreds of published reports in the medical literature asserting that paracetamol is safe when used as directed, providing a foundation for the widespread belief that the drug is safe.
“This study shows that paracetamol was proven to be safe by approximately 50 short-term studies demonstrating the drug’s safety for the pediatric liver, but the drug was never shown to be safe for neurodevelopment.”
- “All studies showed an association between acetaminophen use and listed neurodevelopmental outcomes.” — Khan et al., 2022