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Exposure Symptoms

Human exposure to toxic molds can cause cold & flu symptoms, soar throats, headaches, fatigue, dermatitis, local hair loss, generalized malaise, dementia, and gastrointestinal disorders as well as stress the immune system. More severe symptoms caused by Toxic Mold include "bloody noses, coughing up blood, severe headaches, dizziness, fibrous growth in the lungs", Pakinsonís like shaking, and problems with concentration. For those that are already weak or compromised including the very young and elderly, exposure to these toxins problematic.  In fact, it is thought that long term exposure to Stachybotrys  combined with cigarette smoke can be fatal for small infants.

It is important to realize if several people are having similar symptoms.  This is especially the case if those with the most exposure to a particular area are having problems.  Common first signs are headaches and flu-like symptoms as well as fatigue.  Though these are common symptoms if they can be linked to a group of people having similar symptoms in a particular area, mold testing may be a good idea.

Animal Exposure

While some animals such as some types of insects are not adversely effected by toxic mold exposure, there are many reports of cats, horses, and other mammals that have experienced health problems including rashes, acne, loss of skin and hair, breathing problems, and immune suppression. 

This Website is designed to provide basic information about mold.  For specific information contact an expert in your area.  This site reviews different types of molds, the importance of mold environmental testing, signs of exposure to toxic mold, potential causes of mold infestations, detection of mold and water infiltration problems, proper remediation of toxic mold, and links to other resources on toxic mold infestations and exposure.  This website is not intended as specific medical, legal, or remediation advice.  It is highly recommended that readers consult their own experts including medical doctors, remediation experts, and legal professionals for specific advice on any mold problem they have.

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