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Having lots of black moulds in house. Reason for constant chest and stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, dizziness?

i have a partly blocked artery ,lower back pain,abdominal and stomach pain , vitamin d and b12 defficency,i have had 3 h pylori infections in 20 months,and pain in most of my joints, constant chest an stomach pain .nausea dizziness and at least 11 bouts of diahorria a day, we live in property with black mould .also sneezing constantly itchy eyes headaches,do you belive the mould to be the cause, we have lived here 8 yrs
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Dear Patient.
Yes moulds can cause health issues.. specially respiratory problems.

H.Pylori infection usually occur through oro fecal route and is not usually related to moulds, but can occur if you have poor sanitory conditions.

But you have lots of symptoms and you require a physical evaluation by a physician.

kindly contact your doctor soon.

Or you can review with us with investigations

Stay Healthy

Dr Anshul, MD
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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