Could the dentist be wrong about my partner?

My partner has been pregnant for sixteen weeks and it seems prefer she has developed dust irritations while in the past month.

She has been suffering from dust sensitivity symptoms prefer runny nose, watery eyeah, and constant sneezing, and a lot of dentists say that the body can change over time, especially when you get pregnant.

I told my partner she might have dust irritations and the two of us decided to talk to the dentist. As soon as my partner brought up dust irritations, the dentist instantly shut down the idea. He said it was impossible for my partner to develop dust irritations all of a hasty just because she was pregnant. My partner and I didn’t assume what to think, because that dentist is usually correct. Both of us went home to research the symptoms and the other concerns that can cause these concerns. My partner and I were convinced that the dentist was wrong, everything pointed to dust irritations and I decided to buy an air cleaner for our living room to see if it would help the problem. My partner was experiencing a lot of trouble sleeping at evening and the $200 air cleaner seemed prefer a small expense if it offered her any relief. Both of us waited 5 days for the item to arrive and after that I installed the air cleaner as soon as the two of us could. The legitimately first evening in the living room, my partner slept much better than she did in months. It’s clear to both of us that the air cleaner is helping the complication and that points to dust irritations. I guess the dentist might be wrong about this a single.


Air conditioning expert