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Mold Toxicity

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Jun 9 7:18am | Replies (102)

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@kburn2201 Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect, a place to give and get support.

I wasn't aware of a gene specific to mold toxicity. Do you have any articles or information you could share with the group about it?

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About 25% of the population has the HLA-DR gene that makes us more susceptible to toxic mold poisoning. Some people can leave a moldy environment and get better on their own. Others, like me with the HLA-DR gene, have to work harder to open up our natural detox pathways and take binders to carry out the mycotoxins. I couldn't sweat when I left mold. Thanks to regular sauna use I am sweating and getting the toxins out. I also take liver support and do things like dry brushing and rebounding to keep my lymph moving. It's a lifestyle at this point. But it's all working and I am so close to being completely healthy again.

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