Posted 12/16/2019 4:52 PM (GMT -7)
I had it really bad in 2015 following bronchitis. That’s when my Lyne/co/CIRS went full blown and disabling. This was about a year before I learned about the Lyme and mold.
Had the whole pulmonology workup. Negative for asthma, but was given a Rx for double dose steroid inhaler for a month. It knocked the inflammation out about 85%. Most horrible and frightening symptoms I ever had. My chest felt stiff and rigid and my lungs couldn’t fully expand, like they were pushing against an iron wall.
Does this only happen with exposure to dust or chemicals, or does it happen randomly in the house?
Have you been away again for any length of time since the remediation? If so, did you react when you returned home?
Remediation can cause small particles to remain airborne. These particles are too small to be captured by HEPA filters. The surviving mold folks have a protocol for this using Aerosolver. You can google it. You can buy the Aerosolver Pure (unscented) and the recommended fogging machine and follow the instructions and videos on how to do it. Basically, it’s designed to capture the airborne small particles and pull them to the walls and floor where they can be wiped and removed. I would at least read about and see if you think it might be worth a try. The point being, there could be small particles remaining that are causing an inflammatory reaction in your lungs.