See the full video at https://youtu.be/S_CwA5w3bxY  When a person claims disease or damage from mold, individuals with persistent health problems that appear to be related to fungi or other exposure to bioaerosol should see their physician for a referral to practitioners who are trained in occupational / environmental medicine or related specialties, and who have knowledge of these types of exposures. Infants (less than 12 months old) who experience non-traumatic nosebleeds or live in homes with moist or moldy conditions and have difficulty breathing should receive a medical evaluation to examine alveolar bleeding. Following this evaluation, infants suspected of having alveolar bleeding should be referred to a pulmonary pediatrician. Infants diagnosed with pulmonary hemosiderosis and / or pulmonary haemorrhage should not be returned to their homes until decontamination and air testing have been completed and toxicity eliminated.
Clinical trials that can determine the source, location or time of exposure to fungi or their by-products are not currently available. Antibodies developed by exposed individuals to fungicides can only document that exposure has occurred. As exposure to fungi occurs routinely in both outdoor and indoor environments, this information is of limited value.
A mold allergy causes a person's immune system to overreact when mold spores are inhaled into the lungs. A cascade of reactions then leads to allergy symptoms. Like all allergies, a mold allergy can cause a cough, itchy eyes or cause other symptoms that make the allergic person miserable. The best defense against mold allergy is to reduce the exposure to the types of mold that cause the reaction. Although it is not always possible to avoid mold allergies, medications can help keep mold allergy reactions under control.
Although mold allergy is the most common problem caused by exposure to mold, mold can cause disease without causing an allergic reaction. . Mold can also cause infections. Infections caused by mold can cause many different problems, from flu-like symptoms, to skin infections and even pneumonia.
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