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... and muscle pain come in a triad. Never just one. This condition is even more debilitating and exhausting. ... (1 replies)
... In around 3rd grade, the earliest symptom I remember was joint pain and muscle pain. I stopped all sporting activities because it just hurt. ... (3 replies)
... ld experience some improvement from less stress. Every one of your symptoms indicate anxiety, even the full or sore throat, it's just like having a lump in your throat when you get anxious, but since you have chronic anxiety, it doesn't go away. ... (11 replies)

... milar to malaria. It is caused by a protozoa that invades, infects and kills the red blood cells. Symptoms include chills, sweats, fatigue, headache, weakness, muscle aches and pains, dizziness and heart palpitations. ... (4 replies)
... constant horrible muscle aches of every muscle in my body, Ibuprofen etc. or heat gives no relief. ... (1 replies)
... I definitely had the first criteria, but only about 3 out of 4 of the second, so I didn't qualify. I never had any muscle or joint pain, or headaches. I got the testing done at the hospital, and they were very meticulous. ... (4 replies)
... is they rush into dishing out to patients without checking all other areas first. Most patients have a variety of symptoms along with the chronic fatigue such as muscle pain and weakness, hot sweats, dizziness, pins and needles, balance problems, brain fog, sore throat, headaches etc... ... (1 replies)
... Prior to becoming ill in September of 2014, I was an extremely active individual. I was 25 years old, was 60, and weighed 203 lbs. I ran 3-8 miles a day 5 days a week, biked 30 miles 2 of those days, and played soccer 2 nights a week. I frequently went fishing and diving and enjoyed high-intensity supports. I was a personal trainer and a cross fit coach. I recently received... (9 replies)
... some kind of intestinal bug. About two weeks after, I started to have jaw pain which has yet to go away. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Chris, It sounds like you may have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I was diagnosed with this dibilitating disease when I was 13 and suffered from the most of the symptoms you have described. Unfortunately, I do not know of any cure for CFS. It can take as long as four years to rid the body. You could also be anemic. Try taking iron supplements - it couldn't hurt. You may... (11 replies)
... not really pain but pressure that jumps from certain areas of my head throughout the day. ... (11 replies)
Could I have CFS?
Feb 24, 2005
... This said, I'm sure there are exceptions to everything and the rest of your symptoms do fit the profile, including the chest pain mimicking heart problems. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Well i have been sufferring from past 2 years and now at my end of tolerance It all started with an encounter with sex worker, i begin to have a chronic sore throat and sinus issues I under went a tosillectomy and sinus surgery which made my health go down hill I have/had following symptoms (1 replies)
Could I have CFS?
Jun 19, 2008
... Joint and muscle pain. Lower back hurts a lot and so do my thighs and knees. ... (1 replies)
Could I have CFS?
Feb 23, 2005
... All the pain feels muscular to me. ... (7 replies)
... Hey all. Please let me know if you think this could be chronic fatigue syndrome or pituitary related - or not-, and what tests you might recommend that I forcefully request. I am hopeless at this point. I also posted this on the pituitary board. I printed out the CDC and Mayo clinic CFS symptom lists *increased malaise following physical or mental exertion - same... (5 replies)
Could I have CFS?
Feb 26, 2005
... back pain and have to go home and rest. ... (7 replies)
... Diagnostic Criteria Your clinician should consider a diagnosis of CFS if these two criteria are met: Unexplained, persistent fatigue that's not due to ongoing exertion, isn't substantially relieved by rest, is of new onset (not lifelong) and results in a significant reducation in previous levels of activity. Four or more of the following symptoms are present for six... (7 replies)
... Heya, The major problem in diagnosing CFS is that no reliable physical tests can accurately identify it. This is why it is referred to as a 'non-specific illness' (which means no one has yet worked out how to diagnose it properly!). Identification relies heavily on ruling out other illnesses first. This is known as a 'diagnosis of exclusion' and is based on simple blood... (4 replies)
... Interesting fact, I read that once you have CFS or CFIDS, you never seem to get the real flu or a real cold ever again. That has been the case for me...how about you? Since I've been sick with CFS or CFIDS I have only had the symptoms of it. CFS is a syndrome characterized by fatigue that is: Medically unexplained Of new onset Of at least six months' duration (4 replies)


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