CS Gas & Infertility?

Discussion in 'VMBB General Discussion' started by Mother Margaret, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. Mother Margaret

    Mother Margaret Former Guest

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    The chemical I've been learning about is in a lot of things & even the public is at risk for harm. These are the signs of hemolytic anemia

    News reports today say that the 'shortness of breath' that our Vice President, Cheney, has is not pulmonary ... so, could it be hemoltyic anemia? Shortness of breath is one of the 8 signs of hemolytic anemia. I suspect this is the FATIGUE that doctors haven't been finding in CFIDS, etc

    Hmm.... WM Rehnquist? thyroid tumor can be part of 2-butoxyethanol harm

    Ashcroft? pancreatitis and gall bladder problems can be part of 2-butoxyethanol harm

    So is child leukemia

    www.valdezlink.com/rr_thyroid_pancreas_leukemia.htm

    So is infertility - especially for men. One vet asked me if infertility could be caused from the gas used in training.


    My reply to this vet:
    What kind of gas? What system of putting gas into a chamber was used?

    I don't know about that; however, 2-butoxyethanol is in lots of spary systems ... in jet fuel???

    It harms the testes & has been known to cause infertility

    www.valdezlink.com/vet_symptoms.htm#monitor


    www.valdezlink.com/health_survey_for_doctor.htm

    Have you had any urinalysis that show even trace blood?

    www.valdezlink.com/psa.htm

    Do you have FATIGUE? Do you remember when it hit?
    What were you doing then?

    www.valdezlink.com/generic.htm#research

    Margaret

    His reply: "Can this gas cause infertility???
    The gas that was used is CS gas or
    orto-chlorobenzylidene- malononitrile

    Please let me know, thanks…"