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Smuts Myxomycetes high level indoors

 
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kathleen



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 3:30 pm    Post subject: Smuts Myxomycetes high level indoors Reply with quote

Smuts Myxomycetes 446 in my office with Honeywell air cleaner running. Should air quality tests be done with an air cleaner running? I've been getting sick for about 2 years now, sore throat, burning eyes, burning ears, loss of focus. An air quality report showed that Smuts/Myxo were 309 outside, and between 0 and 8 in the rest of the building. My room has 446 counts per cubic meter. What does this mean? The building was given a clean bill of health...but I'm getting sick and why is this type of mold so prevelant in my office and no where else in the building? Can anyone help me? I also had a RAST test that was positive for Alternaria but it did not show up in the test. Something doesn't seem right about this. Is there someone who can help me to understand these reults?
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Kate
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