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PHOENIX, AZ – Nov 30, 2015 – “Doctors and their patients should prescribe and do, respectively, mold testing of patients’ homes, vehicles, and workplaces if the patients are experiencing one or more of the top 100 mold illness and mold health symptoms,” recommends Phillip Fry, Certified Environmental Hygienist, author of Mold Health Guide, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold health information website www.moldinspector.com

Fry’s firm EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC, provides on location mold testing services, or do-it-yourself mold test kits with mold lab analysis, in Lansing, Ann Arbor, Michigan-wide, Midwestern USA, San Diego, Orange County, California-wide, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tucson, Arizona-wide, nationwide USA, Manila, Philippines-wide, Hong Kong, and worldwide.

The top 100 mold health symptoms and mold-related diseases that should lead doctors to recommend home, vehicle, and workplace mold testing for patients suffering with: 1. abdominal pain; 2. abnormal pap smears; 3. acid reflux and indigestion; 4. acne; 5. allergies and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction); 6. altered immunity; 7. asthma and asthmatic signs (sudden onset asthma, increased asthma attacks, wheezing, shortness in breath, coughing, burning in lungs); and 

8. balance problems; 9. bladder/kidney pain; 10. bleeding lungs; 11. blood pressure irregularities; 12. body aches and muscle pains; 13. breathing difficulties (tightness in chest, shortness of breath); 14. bruising easily; 15. burning in mouth, throat and lungs similar to acid reflux; 16. cancer; 17. central nervous system effects; 18. chills; 19. choking; 20. cholesterol or triglycerides irregularities; 21. chronic fatigue (chronic, excessive or continued) and/or general malaise; and
22. chronic sinus infections; 23. coated tongue; 24. colds, recurring and with decreased resistance to infections; 25. constipation; 26. dandruff problems (chronic) that won’t go away despite use of anti-dandruff shampoos; 27. dark urine; 28. death in extreme cases; 29. depression, anxiety, and dementia; 30. dermatitis and skin rashes; 31. diarrhea; 32. difficulty in concentrating; 33. difficulty in swallowing; 34. dirt-like taste in mouth; 35. dizziness; and

36. dry, hacking cough or coughing up blood (resulting from sore lungs and excessive coughing); 37. early menopause; 38. eye and vision problems; 39. eye irritation (burning, watery, or reddened eyes); 40. face flushing intermittently; 41. facial movements inadvertently or extreme jerking; 42. feeling lost or disconnected from what’s happening around;  43. feelings of hopelessness; and

44. fevers; 45. fibromyalgia (chronic fatigue and widespread pain); 46. food allergies; 47. frequent bloody noses; 48. frequent infections; 49. hair loss; 50. headaches and migraines; 51. heart attack; 52. hemorrhagic or hypersensitivity pneumonitis (extrinsic allergic alveolitis, or farmers’ lung disease); 53. hypersensitivity to mold; 54. indigestion (heartburn /acid reflux ); and

55. infertility; 56. irritability, mood swings, or sudden personality changes; 57. irritable bowel syndrome; 58. itching of the nose, mouth, eyes, throat, skin or any area; 59. kidney pain and failure; 60. large boils on neck; 61. leaky gut syndrome; 62. liver and spleen pain; 63. long lasting flu-like symptoms; 64. memory loss or learning difficulties (brain fog confusion, Alzheimer-like symptoms); 65. metallic taste in mouth; 66. multiple chemical sensitivity; and

67. night sweats and hot flashes; 68. nose or throat irritation; 69. nosebleeds; 70. numbness in face and limbs; 71. open skin sores and lacerations; 72. open sores on head; 73. organic dust toxic syndrome; 74. peripheral nervous system effects; 75. physical weakness; 76. poor appetite; 77. puffy or droopy eyes; 78. rashes or hives; 79. redness of the sclera (white portion of eyes); 80. respiratory distress; and

81. ringing in ears; 82. runny nose (rhinitis), clear, thin, watery mucus from the nose that may appear suddenly, or thick, green slime coming out of nose (from sinus cavities); 83. seizures; 84. sensitivity to smells and odors;  85. sinus congestion, sinus problems, chronic sinusitis and other nasal problems; 86. skin rashes or irritation; 87. skin redness; 88. sleep disorders; 89. slurred speech or verbal dysfunction (trouble in speaking); and

90. sneezing fits (more than three sneezes in a row, happening often); 91. spitting up mucous; 92. swollen glands; 93. swollen lymph nodes; 94. systemic candida infection; and 95. tremors (shaking); 96. unexplained fevers; 97. urinary tract infection (UTI); 98. vertigo or dizziness; 99. vomiting (nausea); and 100. women’s health problems (such as endometriosis and vaginal yeast infections).

To schedule home, vehicle, and workplace mold inspection, testing, and remediation by a Certified Environmental Hygienist or Certified Mold Inspector in Detroit, Fort Wayne, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Midwestern USA, Phoenix, Los Angeles, California-wide, Manila, Bangkok, and elsewhere in Asia, email Phillip Fry phil@moldinspector.com, or phone toll-free 866-300-1616 or cell 480-310-7970, or visit: www.moldexpertconsultants.comwww.indianamoldinspection.comwww.scottsdalemoldinspection.com, and www.real-estate.ph

For do it yourself  mold testing with professional mold lab analysis for toxic mold species identification and quantification anywhere in the USA, Asia, Australia, Europe, or worldwide, visit www.moldgrowthlab.com

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