Mold and bacteria can grow on clothing even after being washed. You really need a way to prevent them from growing on the fabric. Treating them with an antibacterial or even light chlorine you can eliminate a lot of these allergens. But they can also grow back because they can take root deep down in the fabric fibers and regrow. All the mold and bacteria that can grow on your clothes can easily cause allergic reaction on skin. So I suggest doing everything you can to keep these at bay.
Ask your dr about a condition in the Ohio valley area dealing with the exposure to a wet/moldy environment. I believe treated with mass doses of diflucan (anti fungal )
Not sure the name of the condition but know it exists and isn’t something many dr’s know or treat.
Hi, sorry you didn't hear from anyone. So, question. Do you really get a rash or just feel like you do? My son has something called sensory integration disorder. It involves the nervous system and how it communicates. He gets sensations or feels things that don't match what is going on. This happens frequently with clothes for him. He will not wear jeans to save his life. Too much discomfort on his skin. He wears nice looking athletic pants and has some dress pants that are softer and khaki's. Try some different types. I buy a pair of something, wash them and then he tries to wear them. If he likes and it works? I go buy more of the exact same thing. If it doesn't work, I give it away to a friend. So, I'm just wondering if you may have this same kind of tactile defensiveness.
I'm in a desperate situation where I lost a good job and can't find work in the areas I wanna work at because they require proper attire. I'm scared I'll be locked away home naked if this goes on.