OK, You’ve heard the birds in your chimney.
It’s been a tight month, and so you’ve just avoided having your chimney swept.
The birds are gone, and you no longer hear sounds. What’s next? You assume the problem is gone because you don’t hear any-more sounds, right?
The problems are only beginning. Histoplasmosis is a lung infection caused by inhaling fungal spores. But why would that matter to you?
Birds leave behind droppings which cause fungal spores. Breathing in fungal spores can lead to an infection of Histoplasmosis.
According to HealthLine, Histoplasmosis can cause:
- dry cough
- chest pain
- joint pain
- red bumps on your lower legs
And even in severe places:
- excessive sweating
- shortness of breath
- coughing up blood