What tests detect chronic fatigue syndrome?

Many tests. You need to be evaluated for sleep pattern disruptions, metabolic abnormalities, immune system dysfunctions, inadequate nutrition, chronic infections, insufficient hormone levels, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, psychological issues and many more. It's difficult to evaluate and treat. There are many things that can help.

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What are tests of chronic fatigue syndrome?

No tests. Tests are only run to see if another condition which is treatable is causing your fatigue. There is no test for cfs. Read more...

What tests can diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome?

None. There are no tests to diagnosis cfs but there are tests that can diagnose other diseases that can mimic the symptoms of cfs. Have a doctor evaluate your symptoms. Read more...

Is there a medical test available to diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome?

No. Testing is done to rule other causes of fatigue but there is no specific test for cfs. Read more...
Depends. Many things can cause chronic fatigue. Tests can be done for lyme, adrenal fatigue, viral and bacterial co-infections, thyroid, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies. 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?

Cause unknown. A cause for the clinical syndrome of chronic fatigue has not been established, despite multiple investigations. Treating the manifestations of the syndrome is often helpful, and many are helped by treatment for depression. Read more...
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 more...
Pain & sleep. 39 yo male w. "CFS" absent pathological findings queries cause. IMO, fibromyalgia & CFS indistinguishable. Males w. chronic fatigue & malaise oft have underlying chronic musculoskeletal pain disorder causing restless & non-restorative sleep, which leads to daytime fatigue, malaise, & cloudy mental process. REM sleep disorders have been shown in these patients. Osteopathic consultation advised. Read more...

I am suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome for a year I believe my problem is with leaky gut how what tests can help me?

Chronic fatigue. CFS is a diagnosis of exclusion, which means other issues need to be ruled out. Tests include bloodwork for thyroid, vitamin levels, liver functions, blood sugar, celiac disease, anemia. As well, sleep study, abdominal ultrasound. If you're worried about GI pathology, add an EGD and colonoscopy. Read more...