Could Your Symptoms Point To Mold?

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  • Recognize the subtle and overt symptoms of mold exposure and understand the potential health implications
  • Learn about the diagnostic challenges and the importance of considering mold as a potential culprit in unexplained health issues
  • Discover the hope and assurance that recovery from mold-related health challenges is possible with the right approach
  • This video is part of the Mold, Mycotoxin, and Chronic Illness Summit
Ann Shippy, MD

Welcome to Mold, Mycotoxin, and Chronic Illness Summit. I’m your host, Dr. Ann Shippy. I really want to welcome you to my summit. I’ve brought together some of my most esteemed colleagues with huge hearts, brilliant minds to help you on your journey, and to collaborate on how you can heal from toxic mold and chronic illnesses. I’m so grateful to them for taking the time to be part of this summit, and I think you will be too. I really didn’t want to become known as a mold doctor. There are so many other things that I do in my practice, and I didn’t want to be just taking care of patients with mold, but I really found that it’s such an important part of really delving into the root cause for many of my patients as to what is causing them to be ill. And it’s not surprising because between 50 and 80% of buildings have toxic mold in them and a lot of times it’s not visible, it’s hidden. People don’t realize that there’s been some type of water intrusion and mold growth. So we’re talking about millions of people being affected. Most people don’t understand how toxic mold affects them or that some of these toxins are used for things like biological warfare and immunosuppression.

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Deb Albus
Deb Albus
7 months ago

Is electrohypersensitivity (EHS, ES, etc.) not a symptom of mold exposure? I see it is not on the list. After developing serious EHS in fall 2015 I’m still not clear on the cause, but have read that it’s either mold, or Lyme/coinfections, or low magnesium/heavy metals, or genetic relationship to MCS? Is this the appropriate place to post this question, or should it be posted to the FB group? I’m a little leery of FB groups to be honest. But if there is no intended interaction here, I will go there. I’ve been waiting until I went through most of the videos from the summit before asking, hoping not to waste anyone’s time. Thank you.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
7 months ago
Reply to  Deb Albus

Hi Deb, while some symptoms may overlap between different conditions, the specific causes of electrohypersensitivity (EHS) can vary from person to person. It is essential to consult with qualified healthcare professionals who can conduct thorough assessments and provide guidance based on your individual health history. You may reach out to Dr. Ann Shippy at

You may also share your experience in the FB group to open discussions on the topic. However, keep in mind that information shared in such groups may not always be accurate or applicable to your situation. It’s essential to approach online discussions with caution and verify information with healthcare professionals.

If you have further inquiries or need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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