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Concerns with Lupus and Pellet stoves?
lacella posted:
I live with my parents in a duplex farm house. They have one end and I have the other end. My parents are talking about getting a Pellet Wood Stove. I've read a lot online about wood stoves being bad for lupus and asthma which I also have. However, I haven't seen much about the Pellet wood. Should I be concerned? What is your opinion about Lupus and Pellet stoves? Clean air is very important to me. And as I have just been diagnosed last year Lupus and what can danger it is all new to me.[br>[br>Please Help,[br>Lacella
nancyj95 responded:
Although I don't live with a pellet stove, i have been around one a lot this winter in my nephew's home. I have lupus and asthma and have been there for hours with no problems at all. Don't know if this helps at all.
lacella replied to nancyj95's response:
Thanks Nancy.

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