I hope that when you read this you are doing well.
If I may I have one question for you.
Would you say that CFC is what the medical world calls the condition of always being fatigued and exhausted, because it has not yet been able to properly diagnose the many and diverse conditions that have chronic fatigue and exhaustion as the main symptom but have many other different symptoms also and has just put them under one big diagnostic umbrella called CFS?
I ask you this because reading through the posts and replies, I am able to see that we all share the fatigue and exhaustion part but all have many other different symptoms that some of us share and others do not, that would indicate that there are other conditions/syndromes/illnesses that we could have but like I say they have not yet been discovered and have all been called CFS.
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