Hi all, I've been lurking here for quite a while and finally made a profile. I'm a 22 year old college student (Was I guess) and came down with something the start of 2013. The first year, I'd get crashes that were extreme nausea, weakness, and would lose my appetite. Only had about four major crashes and some minor ones that just required laying down for a couple hours, fatigue really didn't seem to be a main problem then, mostly nausea during crashes and I'd feel depleted, but could do stuff and be out late without crashing. Next year has been a lot harder and I've gradually gotten more and more home bound and can't leave the house anymore. Viral symptoms weren't much of an issue aside from a flu-achy feeling for a few days at a time, and the light headed pass out feeling seem to have started after taking Lexapro for a month. Laying down I've had BP as low as 85/33, but could stand up and it'd be 100/60. Anyways, what I want to ask about from reading other people's reports is is it common for nothing at all to be positive? Most people seem to have measurable deficiencies, positive virus titers and other things. All I've had was some exposure to EBV (which went down and no viral symptoms), low vitamin D which came up quickly, low blood sugar which has been stable this year and not correspondant with crashes, and a couple other very minor things. I know CFS means "There's nothing wrong, but you're also perfectly unhealthy", but it always seems there's things that show up? I don't know what to correct and if I don't get busy soon I'll be lucky to not be bed bound next summer.