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I have white fuzz all over and keep getting girl infections. It’s in my eyes, mouth, ears. I feel stuff crawling all over. My skin is cracking, my lips too… Muscle pains. Looks like worms around eyes and in hands.

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Asked on April 26, 2018 7:25 pm
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I am having the same with MANY many other strange symptoms! people think Im crazy! Until the few that have been with me to see for themselves mold spores, white and blue and black fuzz balls pop from my skin. I learned I have candida overgrowth 2 months following moving into a mobile home. Became suicidal. Fired from work because it couldn’t be proven I was not contagious before learning all that was going on. Found mold in home. Fungal spores are magnetized to me. Everywhere I go. Indoors and outdoors. Including the one room that seems to be the most infested. I refrain from going in there unless skin is comepletely covered and a resperator mask. I now can feel if there is molds in a place… resturants, businesses, others homes….my skin gets tight, hairs stand up, blotchy goosebump patches, darkening of areas, pain, feels like a fuzz is growing up my face…and spores(fuzzys and black chunks) come out of pores.(I can feel a little “pop” and then fuzz appears) Sometimes I can smell foul smell from within my body. I feel like Im dying. and I get bouts of severe rage that I am aware of but am not in control. Dizzy, blurred vision, tremors in my left arm, numbness, lose balance. It is absolutely HORRIBLE!!! I cant find anything online to give me answers or just others going through the same. Anxiously awaiting home mold test kit results from lab. Words of encouragement or answers to direct me are so badly needed! I know other people have to be suffering so I am reaching out, talking, and educating as much as I can. I’m very alone feeling. Thank you

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Answered on October 17, 2018 12:24 pm
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    Frequent washing, alkaline cleansers, chemicals and changes in climate can all play a part in drying out the skin on our hands. When cracks occur, they normally appear around the knuckles because the skin is tight and can easily break when stretched. https://www.clazwork.com/how_it_works.php

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    Answered on June 19, 2018 10:30 pm

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