Re: Question about mold and nervous system disorders
I too was poisoned by penecillium mold, am severely sensitive/allergic to it. My symptoms, including a T3 absorption (thyroid) problem, have improved so long as I avoid toxic mold (& toxic chemical) exposures.
I have categorized my early onset symptoms in order to pin point exposures -- has been a real life saver. An important symptom I never ignore is tingling or vibrating or buzzing in feet and hands, and the hard to explain feeling much like a wave of energy passing through me. I leave immediately and then try to figure out where it came from. For me these are the early warning bells which allow me to stay safe in the world. Over and over and over again, experience has proven that when I feel these, I must pay attention immediately or risk getting and staying sick again.
I figured out that only two things cause the neurological symptoms just described to persist. One is that I took a really serious exposure, am highly toxic from it, need to detox asap, do everything available to heal from within like MM is suggesting. If it was mold, you can get an experienced Dr to test for levels in your blood. The other reason is that something I had with me was contaminated and it is continuing to cause exposures. This begs the question, do you have the same mattress? Pillows? Comforter? Sofa? A lot of paperwork while living there still in your possession? All these can harbor the spore and even once it dies it will continue to make the poisoned person sick.
I hope this helps you. I found it unbelievably necessary to see Drís experienced in environmental illnesses, especially mold toxicity, in order to get correct diagnosis and necessary help as many are not trained in broad range of symptoms mold and chemicals can cause, like the ones you describe. Consequently they will often mis-diagnose and the ill person remains sick.