This is a complicated question, because…mold is tricky. Oftentimes a client has many different symptoms that are seemingly unrelated at first glance. This is why it is so difficult for people to recognize it as a mold problem, because it can be explained away as allergies, Parkinson’s, ALS, MS, generalized chronic fatigue syndrome, thyroid, Lupus. In addition, mold is usually behind the walls, not visible. It’s hard to get an accurate test. They often come back clean or inconclusive.
Upon digging a little deeper, we can assess whether these symptoms could be coming from mold toxicity. If, by muscle testing your body energetically, we find mold frequencies, then we take it to the next step. A mycotoxin test is needed to determine whether you are having difficulty clearing the mold toxins from the body. This is a genetic issue. Some of us can’t clear the toxins fast enough.
After listening to Margaret Christensen, MD, FACOG, IFMCP, ABOIM, and some of the doctors she interviewed on the Mold Summit from HealthMeans, I found this list to be extremely beneficial to understanding which of my symptoms could possibly be due to mold. I have had the C4a blood test done and the urine analysis for mycotoxins, and both were off the charts (high). I wanted to pass this list on to anyone who is considering that mold could be the root of their problems.