Pesticide Poisoning

Pesticide Poisoning May Mimic Other Illnesses

Generally, a pesticide is defined by its use. This means that any chemical or mixture of substances designed to prevent, repel, mitigate or destroy a pest is considered a pesticide. The EPA also includes herbicides and fungicides in this category.

By design, pesticides generally cause harm to something. In agricultural production, farmers may use pesticides to control insects. As a result, many of us may be exposed to pesticides through the foods we eat.

Because symptoms associated with pesticide poisoning may resemble other illnesses or disorders, doctor recommend vigilance. The long-lasting implications of pesticide use, unfortunately, are not yet clear.

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Symptoms of Pesticide Exposure

You may be suffering from pesticide exposure if you have:

  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Loss of coordination
  • Insomnia
  • Hand tremors
  • Slow pulse
  • Confusion
  • Coma

Pesticide poisoning is a real and serious illness. Companies that use and distribute pesticides should be held responsible if you are suffering due to their product. You may want to contact a lawyer to help you get compensation for your medical bills and loss of health.

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