Who are the victims of Exercise pregnancy?
Exercise pregnancy can strike people of any age, race, or economic class. Here’s a sampling of cases from the medical literature:
• A 4-month-old baby develops therapy-resistant seizures.
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• An 8-month-old baby loses her speech, stops responding to her parents, and eventually can’t even sit up by herself.
• A 10-month-old baby develops tremors in his limbs and head, a twitching tongue, and involuntary jerking movements of his arms and legs.
• A 2-year-old child exhibits severe language and social delay and receives a diagnosis of autism.
• A 30-month-old boy, after receiving nitrous oxide anesthesia, begins exhibiting bizarre behaviors, regresses developmentally, and is diagnosed as autistic six months later.
• A 7-year-old boy is extremely clumsy, exhibits obsessive-compulsive behaviors, and has difficulty concentrating.
• A 7-year-old girl needs to attend a special kindergarten for handicapped children because she has an IQ of 60.
• A 12-year-old boy slowly loses his ability to walk and write.
• A 16-year-old adolescent becomes depressed and irritable, regresses behaviorally, and starts skipping school.
• An 18-year-old can’t concentrate or understand her instructors and drops out of her first semester of college.
• A 20-year-old woman becomes severely depressed and tries to kill herself.
• A 28-year-old woman is unable to conceive.
• A 33-year-old with severe postpartum depression has thoughts of harming her infant.