I think I might have ME/CFS

What should I do if I think I might have ME/CFS?

If you suspect you have this disease, you need to discuss it with your doctor to rule out other illnesses that have a similar presentation such as fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, cardiac dysfunctions, an infection, or depression. 

It is possible that one of these other conditions can comorbid with ME/CFS

Women ages 35-50 are at a higher risk of contracting this disease. The second most common group to develop it includes boys and girls in their adolescence (ages 11-23). However, it can strike anyone, including men and young children. The illness doesn't discriminate between race, age, sex or socio economic class.

Source: Open Medicine Foundation

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