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    sore78 posted:
    I think i have the same disease I start paying attention to people around because I though I had a problem with fleas in my house and after i start with the cleaning process I became more alert of people around me, but after a month while I was in a meeting with my son's teacher ,the principal and other people I notice that they were sneezing, scratching their body or clearing their throat. I go to school every day worrying about what's going to happen and I can see some people gets less reaction than others but it's horrible to live like this, my family thinks I am crazy and every day I pray to be different. PLEASE if anybody knows how to get rid of this help me. Believe me I was just fine like a month ago just before I start with the cleaning process at home that is why I think it has to be with some kind of bug or something that lives in our body and gets worse depending what we wear how we feel or what we eat IT'S HORRIBLE
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