“People who have been exposed to elevated levels of indoor toxic mold at home or at work should schedule the professional mold inspection and testing of their home and/or workplace, as well as consult with their attending physician about the doctor’s ordering medical lab testing for the possibility of mold growing inside the mold victim’s body,” recommends Mr. Fry, author of the ebook Mold Health Guide, available at www.moldmart.net.
“When toxic mold is growing inside a home or workplace, the active mold growth throws into the air both mold spores and poisonous volatile organic compounds called mycotoxins,” adds Mr. Fry, who began his mold and environmental inspection and remediation career in 1999.
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Some of the available medical mold tests that an attending physician can order to check a patient for internal mold growth are mold antibody blood testing, nasal swabs, urine testing for the presence of mold mycotoxins (mold poisons generated by active mold growth), and various chest x-ray views.
In addition, the physician will be helped in his treatment of the mold victim by reading the mold lab species identification and quantification of mold growth found by EnviroFry environmental hygienists anywhere inside the patient’s home or workplace, including inside walls, ceilings, floors, basement, crawl space, attic, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts.