does anyone knew what kind of blood test(or else) i can take to find out if i have some kind of damage in my system for latex paint fumes?
i have been using latex paint for about 11 years now on a daily basic.
i fill as if it did some kind of damage to me, since i have many symptoms that i can't find the reason for other than the paint fumes. (including sever hair loss for 4 years now, memory problems and i'm only 29 years old)
i have done many tests and everything is OK, but i still I'm suffering from many health issues that no doctor can find the reason for.
Hmm, have you been tested for lead? Are the paints that you use lead based? Are you having any problems with your lungs, breathing, coughing, etc.? I'd keep bugging the doctors. You know your body best.
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