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... ugh I still feel a little groggy on waking, I have felt almost back to normal, and able to do things. My one problem has been with alcohol. i've read that many cfs patients are alcohol sensitive, and having a drink can cause them to feel low for a few days as the body takes longer than normal to process out the toxins. ... (7 replies)
... I wrote a thread before, this is a better explanation of cfs for me. I hope this can help people relate and hopefully help in their recovery. ... (4 replies)
... I replied to the previous thread on alcohol and it was taken out of context. ... (5 replies)

... hing. Meals don't have to be big just so I ate something depending on how hungry I was. I don't eat junk food, pizza, chips, pop, etc., these made me feel worst. Alcohol would cause me to crash. Breakfast really helped in the morning. ... (6 replies)
... pain associated with it. CFS is, as far as I understand it, is the "pain free " version, but I would welcome being corrected on that if I am wrong. ... (16 replies)
... all over. I have also lost nearly 20 pounds in the last 5 months, and considering I only weigh 90 now that's a huge drop. My stamina is gone and I can't tolerate alcohol or doing anything fun. ... (5 replies)
... Are you checking further into what you might have? Exercise intolerance is one of the major symptoms of CFIDS. Regarding "flares". If you are in the beginning of the illness - the first few years- you might not have "flares" but rather non-stop symptoms. After the inital stages of the illlness "flares" are common. This means that the virus or whatever it is, (many think it... (12 replies)
... Diagnosed me with CFS and said I would eventually return to baseline. ... (9 replies)
... Since my DX of CFS and FM, I cannot drink even a teaspoon of alcohol without developing a severe red face over the cheeks and nose, chin and often neck, chest and ears. Hands also get hot. ... (7 replies)
... My CFS started in the autumn of 1988. My husband and I babysat our two sick nephews for a weekend. We both came down with an unusually bad cold. ... (19 replies)
... Hello. Thank you for taking the time to visit this thread. I am creative, intelligent, passionately emotional, talented, intense person who has been struggling with fatigue since childhood. In terms of recognizing, treating and taking seriously the illness I have been my own worst enemy, my ambitious and self-starving nature digging me deeper and deeper into a series of... (16 replies)
... I recently heard a theory that CFS might be linked to excess yeast production in sufferers. ... (3 replies)
... I've also been dx'd with CFS but I don't really buy into it, only because it was a clinical dx, not one based on testing. ... (4 replies)
... this has been happening for a few years, since I started having symptoms. The alcohol sits in my stomach and feels like it's not being digested. ... (4 replies)
... I have been told its possibly anxiety, depression and been given antidepressants and anxiety meds. They made me feel sicker.. I have had some say it sounds like CFS only cause I asked them.. ... (1 replies)
... and see what they do. I think one of the problems people with cfs have is the energy is there but it's not getting tranferred. I've crashed instintly and snapped out of it instintly. ... (4 replies)
... it in there and for how long and syptoms I was having. This helped him understand what I was going trough. I posted a thread that says things that helped me with cfs you might want to read. Hopefully this is helpful for you. If you have any more questions I will try to help. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, so long story short I've had symptoms consistent with CFS for over 6 years. My symptoms worsened significantly 3 years ago when I reluctantly took doctor's advice and started exercising in the morning before work. ... (0 replies)
... Hi there! I was just diagnosed with CFS and Fibro this week but have been dealing with symptoms for about 4 years or so. ... (3 replies)
... Have you tried Lexapro? My husband was on Paxil for years (he's now 35) and had sexual problems with it so he switched to Lexapro and now things are all better. He has anxiety issues too and it seems to help. To me it sounds like you are suffering from more than just depression. Having the depression treated may help though. Best Wishes (9 replies)




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