Sinus Infection & ITP Please help I can't take antibiotics.I used to live in an apartment that my family became sick in. My Husband developed asthma, My son (9) developed a laundry list of things the highlights being: mold (Cladosporium)in his blood, Severe alergies (seasonal, fruit, etc..) throat itching, serious breathing issues, throat clearing, eyes itching etc... I got eye and lip twitching, breathing issues, vision disturbances, severe lightheadedness and repeated sinus infections. Now it's been suggested I have an antibody attatched to my platelets wich is making them fall steadily. Mold related??? Good luck finding physicians in the north with even general knowledge about mold where this is much less common than say Florida. Anyway, please help. I have a sinus infection for the first time in a long time and don't want to take antibiotics. My platelets are in the 50's and if they drop anymore they will start Winroe an IV treatment. Antibiotics suppress platelet function. Hence my problem. I am taking 2000 mg. of c a day plus a prenatal (not trying to get pregnant nor am I). I use a Netti Pot with 1/4 tsp. of salt and have begun hydrotherapy (showers alternating hot and cold to stimulate immune response). My right ear hurts on and off. I am concerned if it goes to my middle ear I'll have a repeat of the lightheadedness that plagued me a year. Please email me a.s.a.p. with suggestions.Thank you in advance.
Dagney on 2006-11-01
- was it very close to the sea.
- was it located in a damp, water logged area,
- did your husband stay in the basement most of the time.
if not the above, please describe the conditions of the house which caused the asthma.
♡ rishimba last decade
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