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LisaK
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so I know I used to have air hunger (pre-treatment, etc), but I have lately been experiencing shortness of breath.

I am today thinking maybe it is air hunger I was concerned about my heart, but maybe it is a disease! I am having other sx too as I started taking Biocidin and can feel myself herxing greatly.

also I am feeling moldy too right now with al the rain we have been getting

my old air hunger was like I couldn't breath and then I had to gasp. This time it is like I just ran up the stairs and have to catch my breath.

are those BOTH types of air hunger?

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I think so.

In my experience at least.

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I agree .. look to the mold. Do you have a dehumidifier by chance?

a good AC unit to keep it dry in the house?

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LisaK
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we have 2 new dehumidifiers in the basement.
window unit air, but need more of those.

just got an air purifier. need a couple more of those too

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Air hunger and shortness of breath have always been considered to be classic symptoms of Babesia, so be sure that you have been tested for Babesia and adequately treated for it if positive.
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I was treated for babs . maybe I need again? what's the best test right now ?

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