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Early pregnancy nutrients - fluoride. By Ray Grogan
Questionnaire













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How would you describe the teeth? (As soon as they emerge at about 6 months.) (Excuse my drawings.)

A.         Distinctly saw teeth:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 1.)

 

 

 

B.         Slightly saw teeth:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 5.)

 

 

C.        Plump teeth:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 10.)

 

 

 

How would you describe the shape of the roof of the mouth? (This can be done on newborns.)

 

A.        High and vaulted, like the roof of a Swiss chalet:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 1.)

 

B.         Slightly vaulted, like an open beam ceiling:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 5.)

 

C.         Distinctly rounded, like the roof of a Quonset hut or pipe:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 10.)




























 Questionnaire filled out by:

            Parent:

            Medical team:

            Autopsy specimen available:

 

 

 

 

 

Other data if possible

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Other (school, work, etc)

 

 

 

Mothers water supply during early pregnancy (eg, Chicago city water):

 

 

What is the fluoride content of this water? (Call health dept.)

 

 

How many glasses per day were consumed of this water? (Est)

 

 

Any other sources of F? (Supps, tea, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other comments?

 

 

 

Any comments on the shape of the gum line of the top teeth? (Easiest to see before about 6 months when teeth start showing.) The differences are subtle but please try. (Sorry, no drawings to help.)

 

A.        V shaped, narrow:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 1.)

 

B.        U shaped and slightly narrow:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 5.)

 

C.        C-shaped or crescent-moon shaped. Distinctly rounded and wide; if there were teeth in this smile you could see the back teeth on both sides at the same time:

            (If you use a 1-10 scale, call this a 10.)

 

How to recognize fluoride deficiency in early pregnancy, after the fact, is a new area. 

List of 18 nutrients that may prevent birth defects