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Does Anyone Ever Recover From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome And Be Normal Again
Some yes, some no: This is a tough question to answer with confidence because the medical community still doesn't fully understand this syndrome. It can have many different causes, some of which are curable and others, not. Depending on the cause, if diagnosed, one can recover from cfs. Regardless, it is a long, slow process that can be measured in months if not years- akin to a marathon, not a a 100 yard sprint. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Indefinitely: Unless a medical evaluation and lab work reveal an underlying cause that can be treated and corrected, it usually lasts indefinitely. ...Read more
See details: Often there is no recovery but there can be effective treatments that control the symptoms. ...Read more
Yes: As a physician who treats a number of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (cfs), i can tell you that yes, some patients do recover. However, it is a process and typically doesn't happen overnight. The most important step in recovery is determining what is causing or worsening your symptoms. There are a large number of causes, and you should see a physician who specializes in cfs for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could you tell me what are my chances of recovering from chronic fatigue syndrome after ten years?
Poor: It is a chronic condition just as its name implies. Spontaneous resolution is rare. ...Read more
Is there any pathology to what causes chronic fatigue syndrome if standard blood test show normal? Has anyone had any positive clinical experience?
Chronic Fatigue: Syndrome is a collectioon of signs & symptoms that can be caused by a number of different issues, such as: adrenal/thryoid imbalances, infections with viruses, lyme, mycoplasma and others, and several more. The DX of chronic fatigue syndrome is usually made after ruling out all the other possibilities. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chronic fatigue syndrome (cfs) diagnosis after vigorous testing which was all normal. I live with brain fog on a daily basis. Anything that can help?
CFS: Treatment includes a combination of the following: cognitive-behavioral therapy (cbt) and graded exercise for certain patients healthy diet sleep management techniques medications to reduce pain, discomfort, and fever medications to treat anxiety (anti-anxiety drugs) medications to treat depression (antidepressant drugs) also see excellent info at www.Cdc.Gov/cfs best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Managing CFS: Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome may fluctuate. It is important for people with cfs to pace themselves and avoid trying to do too much at one time. Moderate exercise, stress reduction, good nutrition and adequate sleep along with appropriate medication allow people to live satisfying and productive lives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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