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Test for Mold Sickness

Mold Sickness

The Symptoms of Mold Illness and Mold Sickness. If you have Abnormal Levels of Mold, Fungus, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium in your Body you Need to find out as soon as Possible!

When you Know Why You’re Sick, Getting Well is the Next Step

Exposure to fungus, mold, mycotoxins and mycobacterium in your environment can cause multiple mold sickness symptoms, adverse health effects, disease  in human beings, and domestic animals such as dogs, cats, birds etc…

Symptoms of Mold Sickness and Mold Illness

The following symptoms are commonly reported with short-term or low levels of exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium’s

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Mycotoxins and Mycotoxin Testing in the Human Body

Medical Testing for Mold Sickness

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The Right Medical Testing the First Time Leads to the Right Treatment !

Prior to visiting our facility you will be required to have medical testing completed prior to your arrival, this way your medical treatment starts on day one. The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease wants your first visit to our facility to be meaningful and productive.

National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease examines your past and current symptoms, current diagnosis, or misdiagnosis and arranges for your medical testing to be done remotely prior to your visit. We know who you are before you walk through our doors.

Mycotoxins are poisons produced by fungus or what is commonly known as “Mold”. Not all species of mold produce pathogens (disease causing elements).However, many species of fungi are known as pathogenic and produce toxic substances mycotoxins being one of them.

Once inside the body Mycotoxins begin to destroy your body on a cellular level. One of those levels is DNA Damage. Whether you are in litigation, or just trying to recover and understand, knowing what you have to overcome is key.

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Toxic Mold Information

Toxic Mold Information for the General Public

Different species of fungi have probably been present in
human suffering since the dawn of time. However, it wasn’t until relatively
recently that the scientific community has identified mold and other fungi

Mold Sickness

Different species of fungi have probably been present in
human suffering since the dawn of time. However, it wasn’t until relatively
recently that the scientific community has identified mold and other fungi as a
possible cause of human’s adverse health effects. Today, certain fungi and mold
are known to the scientific and medical world to be responsible for allergies,
hypersensitivity pneumonitis, humidifier fever, infections, mushroom poisoning,
mycotoxicoses, mucous membrane irritation, and many other ailments.

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Why getting tested for mold exposure is a good idea!

Does it seem that no one will help you, or no one believes you? Testing for mold in the human body can change everything. If you are seeking legal damages or just want people to understand your mold sickness is real, you will need to be tested.

Testing for Mold Sickness in the Human Body

Why Get Tested ?

Because Tests Can Prove Your Complaints of Mold Sickness are Legitimate

There’s a Million Reasons to Be Tested, What’s Important to You?

Fungal Infections Just Don’t Go Away, They Can do Damage for Years to Come

Does it seem that no one will help you, or no one believes you? This test can change everything. If you are seeking legal damages or just want people to understand your mold sickness is real, you will need to be tested.

There are three key and very specific things you should do when trying to prove Mold damages. Proving you have Abnormal levels of Mold in your body is the #1 thing you’ll need to prove your Mold complaint is legitimate, medical testing will help validate your health conditions.

1. Document the cause of the mold growth. What caused it, and where it came from.

Most people use photos and contractor’s estimates for this.

2. You must always prove it is actually Mold in your home, or in your environment.

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Photographs alone can not provide you with what you will need to prove you actually have Mold. You probably will need to hire a Mold Certified Professional to take your Mold samples. You should get a professional Mold inspection report and a microbiology laboratory report confirming it is Mold. Just because you say it is Mold no one will believe you as you have no scientific training regarding the identification of Mold or training in the collection of Mold samples. This is why a mold home test kit may not provide you with the documentation you really need as the knowledge of the person taking the Mold samples is always questioned.

3. Prove that your body has been exposed to Mold.

You can say you don’t feel well all day long, and tell people Mold is making you sick. But unless you prove your body has been exposed to Mold what proof do you have?

Again you will need scientific evidence which documents you have Mold in your body at “ABNORMAL” levels. This is when people start to listen to you regarding your claims about Mold Sickness and begin to take things seriously.

We have been informed by many Law Firms that when the blood test results come back showing elevated levels of mold in the human body they are able to settle their cases very quickly and for a lot more money.

What to do with our reports

Once you have your report and  profile life becomes much easier as now you can take your report and results to your doctor and begin treatment.

If you have an Attorney or are seeking damages for Mold sickness our reports will become instrumental in helping you with your claims regarding Mold sickness.

It is important to know

If tests show elevated levels of Mold in your body this may help you understand and identify where you were exposed to Mold and to avoid those areas.

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