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I have the really odd great day, many so-so days, but more really bad days. The way a person feels can change minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day, week by week, and so on.

There is no telling exactly how you are going to feel at any given moment.

Learning when to say I've done enough is the hardest thing for me to learn.

That is why people with these conditions don't like to make committments.

Some degree of depression is normal for anyone suffering from a chronic illness.

I have done a great deal of research on both FMS and CFS(ME) and there are so many different opinions on what will help and what won't. Remember, your friend is very ill and although you may feel like running around the block, she may have trouble getting the energy up to simply move from a chair. Just to agree with smileyinkamloops there's no 'standard' with cfs/me. Some days 70% of my previous self, other times 30% or less and there's no way of predicting which way or for how long, although the 'crash' after trying to do too much in a good period is often the 'norm'.

Continuing work after the study was published has found the virus in nearly 98 percent of about 300 patients with the syndrome. These viruses carry their genetic information in RNA rather than DNA, and they insert themselves into their hosts’ genetic material and stay for life."by Dr.

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As a long time sufferer of Fibromyalgia and a recent sufferer of Chronic Fatigue, I find a lot of the comments here are very judgemental.

Every person's suffering with these illnesses is of different degrees. The last year or so has been extremely difficult for me not just because of my health but also for the attitudes of the people around me and my doctors.

Three years ago I was dancing up a storm, disc golfing, bowling, and so on.

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I was almost bedbound and constantly sick for months, I'm well enough to work and socialize now, but still feel like shit most the time. I thought it was chronic fatigue at first, then got diagnosed with Fibro.