Mold & migraines

megdrex at 14h30
13
Apr
2011
Mold & migraines

Hello All,
Recently my therapist decided that my migraines are probably caused by mold in our 1940's-era house. We have 2 crawlspaces, so having thought of this before, I have already been to an allergist. Actually I have been tested for allergies 3 separate times, extensively, by different allergists. All 3 times the results were negative - I am not allergic to anything. I am really frustrated that my therapist is harping on this now, since she isn't an M.D., but I told [......]
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