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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 2018-01-31T14:50:16+00:00

Chronic fatigue syndromes (CFS) are similar to those of most common viral infections although they last longer and can be associated with muscle aches, headache, and fatigue. They come on within a few hours or days and may last for 6 months or more.

Main symptoms include:

  • A new onset of unexplained persistent fatigue or tiredness, unrelated to exertion and not relieved by bed rest, and causes a significant reduction in previous activity levels.
  • Fatigue that is severe enough to restrict activity.

Other symptoms include 4 or more of the following and lasting 6 months or longer:

  • Post exertional fatigue, where physical or mental exertions bring on extreme, prolonged exhaustion.
  • Un-refreshing sleep.
  • Impaired Memory or concentration.
  • Headaches, different from previous headaches in quality, severity, or pattern.
  • Joint Pain, often moving from joint to joint, without joint swelling or redness.
  • Lymph node tenderness in neck and armpits.
  • Mild fever (101 F or less).
  • Muscle aches (myalgias).
  • Muscle weakness, all over or multiple locations, not explained by any known disorder.
  • Sore throat.

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