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Weird symptoms, exposed to mold. Strep, mono test negative, no relief with medicines. Suggestion?

My name is anny i am a 22human year old dog baither at a grooming place. Ive nrver experienceed these systoms before.. i went to the doctor for what i thought to be strep but it was negative she gave me a brod sep. Anti bitotici went back cause it didnt help and got a mono test neg.... now thise anti biotics havent helped im worried it may be mold exposure at my work is got quite a bit of dark/ black mold. And peoole there do tend to be sick atalot
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Hi Anny!
Welcome to HCM!
Since your work place has dark/black molds you are continually breathing in mold spores from the air. These spores trigger allergic reactions like sneezing and a runny nose. The spores can also irritate throat and nose.a sore throat can be caused by the mold spores irritating mucus membranes in the throat.

The immune system might create a build up of mucus in the throat because of mold. This allergic reaction helps trap mold spores in the mucus before the spores can get into a person's lungs.
since other people are also falling sick so the best thing to do is get rid of the mold that's causing them.
You must get blood test done for moulds and take antiallergents under guidance of your doctor.
Answered: Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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