I thought I would throw this out there. I am pretty careful when I reload and cast bullets. I wear gloves and cast outside and, for that matter, I have only caste once and made one batch of ingots from wheel weights. I had my yearly physical 2 days ago. I have been feeling like absolute crap for about a month now and had classic symptoms of lead poisoning so I asked my doc to check my lead level. It was 32 which is dangerously high but, luckily, not high enough to need chelation therapy. He has told me to stop going to the range and get away from the lead for a few months. I was concerned enough to have all of my kids tested. They are all at basically 0. I was extremely relieved and grateful for that. I was really upset that something I have done has put my own health and, until I had my kids tested, possibly their health as well into jeopardy. I do not know where in the process I was exposed. I shoot outdoors, cast outdoors and keep gloves on when dealing with lead so I am scratching my head a little as to where this came from. I will go back in three months to be tested and then, if I am lower, I will start again with much more diligence. I feel like a moron that I allowed this to happen and am even more upset over the fact that I am going to be out of circulation for at least 3 months. The only thing I can think of was that I tumbled a few loads finished bullets to remove the lube a couple of months ago and probably inhaled some of the media when I was emptying it into the strainer. It is the only activity I can think of that was not very careful. I would encourage all of you casters and reloaders to get tested. I would have never thought that I would have an issue.