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.

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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...

I had an EBV blood test done to diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome, it can back positive at >8.0. Does that mean I am contagious? Really worried

Not necessarily. I need more information; there are 4 different types of antibodies to ebv. Most indicate past rather than current infection. You are only contagious if the antivca igm antibodies are positive. Ebv infection causes acute mono & the virus remains in our bodies for years but ebv is generally not the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome & ebv tests don't diagnose it. See http://www.Endfatigue.Com/. Read more...
No. What you talking about probably igg level , this stay positive after infection. You may have past infection . You should see infectious disease physician. May need ebv pcr . Read more...

How can you diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome?

See details. It is a diagnosis of exclusion. There are no specific tests for cfs. Tests are done to eliminate other causes of fatigue. Read more...

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 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. Read more...