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Intrauterine exposure may result in tremors and involuntary movements in the infants. Mercury is excreted in breast milk. Paternal reproductive effects and effects on fertility have been reported in male rats following repeated inhalation exposures.

This is the third part of the statement from Caulk on the dangers of long term mercury inhalation.  Here they are dealing with the dangers of transmitting mercury to infants and intrauterine exposure during pregnancy. 

The manufacturer is stating that mercury is not only found in breastmilk , but that we are exposed to it even before are born.  No one really knows what effect this might have an development of our delicate nervous and immune systems in utero and during our formative years. 

So are we exposing our young to mercury and not even knowing it?  It appears that the answer to this question is ‘yes, we are’.