I was just wondering if Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia are closely interlinked? or can you have both these conditions and diseases? I have been diagnosed with CFS since 14 and mono and the EBV virus before that and I was in a car accident 2 years ago that really flared my CFS and also created nerve damage on my left side but all the medication for Fibro they have tried on me doesn't work or has horrible side effects on me. I have tried a wide variety of medications and the only thing that has kind of helped is Cymbalta and Clonzapem for my anxiety and tramadol for minor pain but sometimes my pain is so bad I can't get out of bed or if I can, can't do much. Also I have all the symptoms of CFS and am kind of in a bad place right now with dealing with all this because I get sick really easy and for long periods of time. My last bout lasted almost 2 months. Can you help?View Thread
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