Symtoms of black mold?

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  • Mary
    Lv 4
    8 years ago
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    The most commonly reported symptoms of short term Mold exposure:

    • Sneezing

    • Itching Skin

    • Redness and skin irritation

    • Watery Eyes

    • Itching Eyes

    • Headache

    The following symptoms of Mold exposure have been reported generally as a result from persons being in a Mold contaminate environment on and off for an extended period of time.

    • Constant Headaches

    • Nose Bleeds

    • Feelings of Constant Fatigue

    • Breathing Disorders

    • Coughing up Blood or Black looking Debris

    • Nausea

    • Diarrhea

    • Vomiting

    • Loss of Appetite

    • Weight Loss

    • Hair loss

    • Skin Rashes

    • Open Sores on the Skin

    • Memory Loss "Short Term"

    • Neurological & Nervous Disorders

    • Sexual Dysfunction

    • Swollen Glands in the Neck Area and under the Armpit

    • Sudden Asthma Attacks or Breathing Disorders

    • Ear Infections and Pain

    • Chronic Sinus Infections

    • Chronic Bronchitis

    • Pain in the Joints and Muscles

    The following Mold exposure symptoms are the most severe and are attributed to high levels of exposure:

    • Blindness

    • Brain Damage

    • Memory Loss "Long term"

    • Bleeding Lungs

    • Cancer

    • Death

  • Mary
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    None. Actually there is no known case of anyone becoming ill from black mold or spores. They are and always have been in the air all around us. The current fear about it has been generated by companies and individuals determined to profit from your fears.

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