Toxic black mold mycotoxins are teratogenic, cytotoxic, and mutagenic and cause reproductive disorders. This triple threat to your reproductive systems means mycotoxins can affect the fetus during pregnancy, causing birth defects, and well as cause cell mutations and inhibit DNA and RNA protein synthesis, causing a host of hormonal and reproductive ailments.
Reproductive system symptoms from exposure to Strachybotrys Chartarum can include:
- Excessive menstrual bleeding
- Fetal development issues
- Hormonal imbalances
- Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)