Adverse effects of Mercury on fish, birds and mammals include death, reduced reproductive success, impaired growth and development, and behavioral abnormalities. 1997 Mercury Report to Congress: Overview (Environmental Protection Agency)
Human ingestion and exposure to mercury have been linked to neurological (memory loss, retardation, sleeplessness, & nervousness) and digestive problems (abdominal pain, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, watery stools, oliguria, anuria, corrosion, ulceration of the entire digestive tract). (WebMD)
Common types of mercury poisoning in the environment include dental fillings, sea food, salts, water, polluted water, and air pollution. If you think you may have sustained mercury poisoning, please contact your doctor. If you have an inquiry regarding mercury poisoning please send an e-mail.