Mold, in your home, can be a very ugly sight and can ruin upholstery, clothing, and furniture. There are certain types of mold that produce toxins, which are known as toxic mold. The toxins produced by toxic mold can cause a lot of diseases, in animals and in humans. These illnesses can range from something as slight as a common cold, but in some cases, could even result in death.
Here are some of the illnesses which are related to toxic mold, and which people can suffer from if exposed to toxic mold.
1) Respiratory Illnesses: Mycotoxins in toxic mold can affect the lungs and result in a host of respiratory problems. These include difficulty in breathing, stuffy noses, and are even known to cause bleeding in the lungs, which can lead to death.
2) Digestive Tract Illnesses: Toxic mold can cause liver diseases such as fibrosis and necrosis. It can also cause vomiting, diarrhea, and can even result in internal bleeding in the intestines.
3) Reproductive Illnesses: Exposure to toxic mold can cause people to become infertile and can also negatively affect the entire reproductive and hormonal cycle in people.
- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
- Chronic Fatigue Disorder
If you or anyone in your family has been exposed to toxic mold, and suspect that your illnesses are due to that exposure, then you should get immediate medical help. You should also avail the services of a competent lawyer who is experienced in toxic mold related lawsuits, as under the law, you may be entitled to receive compensation and also damages, for your medical problems.
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