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Can Anybody Tell Me How Long The Affects Of Black Mold Exposure Typically Last
Varies: This would vary depending on the sensitivity of the person involved with the dose of the exposue being a factor as well. I would expect that removal of all exposure to the black mold as well as providing for elimination of other inciting factors such as dust, dustmites for symptoms to be resolved within 2 to 4 weeks if not sooner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mold is also known as fungus or in some cases yeast. Fungal spores are very small and tend to be found in compost, barns/farms, hay, grass and damp basements. Some fungal spores are more likely to be associated with "dry" v. "wet" environments. When inhaled, mold spores can lead to many disorders including asthma, allergic rhinitis, hypersensitivty pneumonitis, ...Read more
Can you tell me how can chicken pox develop in the body what are some long and short term affects ?
It is an infectious: Disease. Sxs of chicken pox include a rash that develops first into blisters and then into scabs, fever, feeling tired, decreased appetite and headache. Chickenpox complications can include: pneumonia, sepsis, infections of joints/ bones, brain inflammation ; bleeding difficulties. ...Read more
Detection: Single use of marijuana should be out of your urine in 1 to 7 days. Regular use of marijuana – should be out of urine in 7 to 100 days. Single use marijuana can be detected 12 to 24 hours in blood. Regular use marijuana can be detected for 2 to 7 days in blood.Marijuana regular use detected in hair for months. Single use might not be picked up in hair. ...Read more
Black mold: In humans black mold poisoning is controversial and usually mild. It may come from ingested of moldy grain but would be uncommon. Inhalation of balck mold spores can produce fatigue and allergy and temporary memory impairment in my experience by actual neurotoxicity is controversial. ...Read more
Ever heard of the all natural diet pill called "ace"? What can u tell me about this and it's side affects short term and long term affect on the body?
Quickly: The symptoms usually progress over a few days or less. ...Read more
How common is asbestosis and what kind of exposures are needed for its development?
Can someone accidentaly exposed in their house for months get it?
See below: You may consult this site for information in this topic: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cirrhosis/home/ovc-20187218 ...Read more
Variable: In baltimore there were old elegant homes that were decaying. Paint chips would be on the floor. Children in these homes would eat the chips and present to the hospital in coma due to lead toxicity. Children near freeways can have chronic exposure to lead in gasoline fumes that affects learning and behavior over many years. Blood levels can help determine degree of exposure and toxic risk. ...Read more
That depends on : How heavily you smoke and how long you have smoked for. In a regular user it can be picked up through testing for months. ...Read more
How long after ingestion of parasites does it usually take for someone to show symptoms of toxocariasis?
Difficult to say: The best evidence comes from measuring larvae in the organs (liver, brain, eye) of mice after feeding them toxocara eggs. The liver may be infected as soon as 7 days after ingestion. The brain takes longer & the eyes are the last to be infected. Infection is more likely with frequent ingestion of large amounts of eggs. Many people never get infection after ingestion.Some may become ill years later. ...Read more
Variable: Single use of marijuana should be out of your urine in 1 to 7 days. Regular use of marijuana – should be out of urine in 7 to 100 days. Single use marijuana can be detected 12 to 24 hours in blood. Regular use marijuana can be detected for 2 to 7 days in blood. Marijuana regular use detected in hair for months. Single use might not be picked up in hair. ...Read more
How long do the results of phototherapy last? Phototherapy seems kind of expensive to me. How long do the benefits typically last?
Age of patient?: It is not clear what you are asking. Are you asking about phototherapy for newborns who are jaundiced? Please clarify before we can answer ...Read more
Depends: Halothane is rarely used in the United States as there are other inhaled anesthetics that have taken its place. Halothane is associated with liver damage, however this is quite rare. Other possible effects of multiple repeated anesthetics could include mild cognitive dysfunction, typically in elderly patients. ...Read more
Was on Omeprazole for the majority of 8 years. What kind of long term damage may I have caused to my body?
No harm done: There are conflicting observational studies regards long term use of PPI's like Omeprazole. PPI's reduce the adsorption of Vit B12 and can cause B12 deficiency,but only in the elderly. PPI's decrease adsorption of Calcium Carbonate and some studies show it may promote osteoporosis. ...Read more
How long does it take for zeprexa and Effexor to leave the body after last taking either? How can we check how much of either are left in our system?
It Depends: Drugs clear the body at different rates depending on the form given, how much was given, how long you took it, what other meds you take and your own metabolic rate. Effexor has a half-life (time for half the dose to clear body) of up to 6 hours and Xyprexa's half-life is up to 30 days. These 2 meds usually are dosed for a long term and should not be stopped without MD supervision. Check with MD. ...Read more
How long does it take to get rid of fluid in the ear which came about from a bad cold earlier in the year and how do I get rid of the fluid?
Molds consist of airborn spores and spreading forms (hyphae) growing on surfaces. Several species are black including stachybotrys and aspergillus. Black mold ingestion has been associated with a toxic syndrome with brain and blood disorders. Most patients do not ingest black mold so the correlation with their ...Read more
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