I was hoping I could ask you about your mold toxicity recovery. I am dealing with a lot of hard problems from this right now. I have exactly the same symptoms you were describing (especially the whole trying to navigate through the grocery store...that is a nightmare, though it has gotten better). I am 23 years old. Can you please email me at ***@****? Thank you so much...
Hi Alphawolf, RobsoRocks here! How interesting to find you here on this forum, I have been feeling increasingly dizzy and woozy lately with "no good reason". I have to go for (unrelated) bloodwork and thought I would do some research first just to see if any of those tests could be usefull. Then I find your post, and my basement is bad, and today is Monday and Sunday is laundry day for me (more time spent in basement)... I am beginning to see a pattern... that old house has to go! Thanks for posting here, will see you on the Jericho boards!
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