Symptoms Of Mold Sickness

Symptoms Of Mold Sickness & Mold Illness

Symptoms Of Mold Sickness

Symptoms of mold sickness that are more severe could result from continuous human exposure to indoor mycotoxigenic molds include:

  • Cancer (aflatoxin best characterized as potential human carcinogen)
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis/pulmonary fibrosis
  • Pulmonary injury/hemosiderosis (bleeding)
  • Neurotoxicity
  • Hematologic and immunologic disorders
  • Hepatic, endocrine and/or renal toxicities
  • Pregnancy, gastrointestinal and/or cardiac conditions

Level I. Early Symptoms of Mold Sickness

· Headaches

· Eye Irritation

· Sneezing

· Itching

· Skin Redness

· Skin Rash

Level II. Advanced Symptoms of Mold Sickness

The following symptoms of mold sickness are commonly associated with persons having exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium’s, with either short-term high levels of exposure, or long term low levels of exposure.

Symptoms Of Mold Sickness

·         Breathing Disorders

·         Nose Bleeds

·         Ear Infections

·         Chronic Sinusitis

·         Chronic Bronchitis

·         Pain in Muscles and Joints

·         Asthma

·         Nausea

·         Vomiting

·         Diarrhea

·         Coughing up Blood or Black Looking Debris

·          Neurological Disorders

·         Nervous Disorders

·         Heart Palpitations

·         Blurred Vision

·         Swollen Glands

·         Weight Loss

·         Chronic Fatigue

·         Loss of Appetite

·         Depression

·         Open Skin Sores or Lesions

·         Fungal Nails (Hands or Feet)

·         Sexual Dysfunction

·         Thyroid Conditions

Level III. Late Symptoms of  Mold Sickness

The following symptoms of mold sickness  are common for persons with long term and high levels of exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium’s

Symptoms Of Mold Sickness

· Blindness


· Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis

· Histoplasmosis

· Memory Loss (long-term)

· Bleeding lungs

· Kidney Failure

· Liver disease

· Cancer

· Death

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Symptoms Of Mold Sickness
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Symptoms Of Mold Sickness
Some indoor molds are capable of producing extremely potent toxins (mycotoxins) that are lipid-soluble and readily absorbed by the intestinal lining, airways, and skin. These agents, usually contained in the fungal spores, have toxic effects ranging from short-term irritation to immunosuppression and cancer.