Hi Jessica, My name is Kristina and I live in Western Pa. When I read what you wrote about the “episodes” and feeling of passing out and nausiousness, I can relate. I have been experiencing the same episodes. I have been living in a mold infested home for the last five years and I have become very weak achy and fatigued and have so many of the symptoms everyone has from biotoxins. I am curious to know what your outcome was and what you did to get better, being it is almost three years later now.
Kristina, from Westmoreland County, Pa
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