A Little Poisoning Along the Road to ME/CFS
Looking at my symptoms, many of which are far less these days and some are gone, it would be easy to figure that I'd just been dealing with some heavy-duty menopausal issues.
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Black Mold Poisoning

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by Xhale19991, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. Sammy

    Sammy

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    I also believe those who have been PERSONALLY AFFECTED by Mold have much more of a "passion" for this subject, over say "those that may have read a study or two"

    It seems the "like" function seems to reflect "poster popularity" over much else.

    Meh
     
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    This thread will be worth reading for the OP: http://forums.phoenixrising.me/inde...overing-residential-toxic-mold-exposure.4798/

    As per studies re mould lol

    Shute, I am still waiting for the study that scientifically validates that I have CFS/ME!!!

    I was told by a prominent Australian CFS/ME specialist 'mould is bad news stay away from it' he did not specify as to which type... as he did not need to :)
     
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  4. Hip

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    Can you provide I link to the Shoemaker study / statement you are referring too, where he says that mold which is black in color is always or very likely to be toxic.

    Because the sources I found all said that there us no particular relation between the black color and toxicity.
     

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