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    An_249011 posted:
    Hi guys!

    My husband and I have finally decided to get pregnant...yes, its taken us a while to reach this point. I am close to being 36 and my husband is 42. We have done our medical checkups and all seems normal.

    My worry is that the apartment building we live in had a cell phone tower installed on the roof (on top of the 4th floor, we live on the 1st). My question is if its a safe environment to get pregnant due to possible emf (electric and magnetic fields) radiation? Or am i being super paranoid?

    We live in India and to be honest are surrounded by these tower things!
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