I have little experience with diagnostic tests but plenty of evidence of mold exposure and experience with attempting to recover a mold sick building. Fixing the leak is paramount.
I didnt get rid of all of my belongings and I hope that wont prove to be a mistake. I know porous items are likely to retain spores. The books that are likely contaminated have all been placed in a room where the lights remain always on.
We continuously ozonate the house with a commercial ozonator. You cannot be in the room when this is on so we rotate and do some rooms while we are out.
This isnt an end all solution for many have said they react to dead mold or fragmented mold spores as well. I do not seem to have this problem that I am aware of.
Concrobium mold spray has been applied to everything (attic also) with a cold foggger several times. Once we used Kleen Free (enzymes) which I have mixed emotions about
We installed an attic fan which exhausts to apply negative pressure to the house and use it when its not raining.
As far as internal body cleansing goes some have said clay like Redmond and Bentonite have helped them with mold. I have little experience with these binders as I did not want to take them while on all the meds (I remain only on Fluconazole q72 hrs).
I may add them in the clays in the future but I am more focused on the preventing cancer from the aflatoxins that I have likely been exposed to. This is why I have added Fucoidan. It seems a bit strong and I cannot take this on a constant basis, so I am cycling it.
MCP did help and I still use it daily in large amounts 6000mg with 3200mg of Monolauren. Chlorella seems to have helped and I use it to a lesser extent.
I have added Red Raspberry Leaves but I cant say if its helping at all.
Although humidity has much to do with mold growth, spores exist in places that are arid also. Mold can grow with nothing more than a little short term humidity and dust as its food source.
It is humid where I am currently and I have thought of moving to a drier climate but I know of one person who did that for work and unfortunately got a bad case of cocci after moving. He will never be the same again as it got too far along before he treated.
I believe he got the cocci working in the oil fields of Texas if my memory serves and I do not know where in Texas as this is a friend of a friend and all second hand anecdotal info to the best of my memory.
2014 Mold Sick,2015 Clinical Lyme and co.,2016 Morgellons,2017 Remission
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