If I'm not lying to myself then I have to admit I have mold. I'm not an mold expert so I don't know the different species and which was a very bad and which ones are more innocuous.
Good news is, I'm moving in a month from my current residence.
PLEASE learn about
mold exposure. If you want any hope of full recovery, you will need to learn the facts, know how to test your environment properly, and know what lab tests your doctor can do to properly evaluate and treat you.
Mold is a lot like Lyme. The government and medical community don't believe it can cause the range of illness that it in fact does, and have seriously flawed guidelines for testing and remediation.
Please educate yourself and have an ERMI test done on any place you live, work, or regularly spend time in.www.survivingmold.com
[url]www.paradigmchange.meYou are right and you are being very helpful and I appreciate it greatly.
But I'm already a borrelia expert, a mycoplasma expert, a candida expert, a morgellons expert, an ACA expert, a herbalist, and pretty much a license nutritionist at this point. PHD from Lyme University.
I really don't want to become an expert on mold now. There's no room left in my brain.
I just hope moving away from it in a month solves that issue.
Positive for Lyme (Igenex), Ehrlichia (Igenex), and Mycoplasma (Labcorp)
ABX Treatment: 03/2016-04/2016
Buhner Protocol for Lyme and Mycoplasma: May 2016 - Dec. 2016
07/2017: Enjoyed a good 6 months symptom free. Relapsed. Back on herbs and abx.