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... 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)
... All the symptoms you mentioned from fatigue, muscle and joint pain, brain fog, bloating, weakness and extreme sleepiness, cold spells, fever ect. I have experienced and still do as well. ... (12 replies)
... f anything takes place that particularly compromises the system of those with CFIDS, such as too much exercise, stressful situations, contact with perfume, paint and other environmental chemicals, certain foods, alcohol, etc. . . . . ... (12 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)
... miles a day 5 days a week, biked 30 miles 2 of those days, and played soccer 2 nights a week. ... (9 replies)
... I recently heard a theory that CFS might be linked to excess yeast production in sufferers. ... (3 replies)
... starving nature digging me deeper and deeper into a series of intellectual fixed beliefs, lack of self care, and indeed, unrealistic ideas about my life that have embedded the condition in the most heavily compacted manner possible. ... (16 replies)
... I'm diagnosed with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. ... (4 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)
... B12 is one of the Bs but it has the largest molecule and is hard to absorb in an already compromised stomach. ... (9 replies)
... This is my first time to join and make comments on chronic fatigue after suffering with it for 10 years. Dr's would either tell me I'm depressed and suffering from low cortisol levels in my brain and prescribe medications. ... (61 replies)
... ently over the last 2 weeks, the tiredness has improved to an extent where even though 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. ... (7 replies)
... I replied to the previous thread on alcohol and it was taken out of context. ... (5 replies)
... hello i never heard of cfs until i read your story what is so wierd if you would'nt have stated your disease i would have thought yo were suffering from narcolespsy i just found out 6 months ago i had narcolespy and for years i was so tired no matter how much sleep as you explained and trouble remembering things i'm now beiung treated with medicine for adhd which helps me... (9 replies)
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... but not curing it. I'm not posting this to take away from your achievement, just to offer my experience. It seems CFS can be a very individual thing.... what works for one person could have no effect with another, or maybe make another worse..... ... (3 replies)
... You're not alone and it's not all in your head! ... (8 replies)
... BUT... CFS is as bad as ever. I felt particularly horrible today. And it is so bad now, in conjunction with CFS that I simply can not do anymore of anything at the moment. ... (9 replies)
... Last January I was seeing a Dr. for ear pain and kept asking him why is my ear pain causing my to feel so horrible and be tired all the time. He didn't have an answer. ... (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)
... CFS for 4 months now, and I'm trying to figure out what it could be. ... (5 replies)

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