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@sam33

Thanks for your reply. I’ll definitely be seeing him eventually. I’ve read this environmental saprophyte That is everywhere there is decomposing wet vegetation. That’s everywhere in Mississippi:-). It’s just a creepy feeling, knowing anything can set up shop in your lungs, no matter how well you try to take care of yourself. Again, thanks for your response. Just thought I’d throw it out there to see if anyone had experienced it. Happy quarantining:-)

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@sam33 I wouldn't wait for an appointment to get an answer, doctors everywhere are consulting by phone these days, why not contact him or her by phone or your health care portal.
Sue

@sam33, Hi there! I can tell you from my own personal experience that anywhere where there is wet decomposing anything,; spells trouble. I lived in Va. for many years where there is high humidity and lots of rotting leaves. I stayed sick the majority of the time. I now live in Coastal S.C. where the soil is mostly sand. Things are pretty dried up in 20 mins after a rain. This is due to moisture wicking away rapidly in the sandy soil. That makes for less rot, and mold, etc. I have faired way better here than anywhere else I have lived. I hope this helps.

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