Introductory Overview of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Treatments For those recently diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), getting to grips with all the ME/CFS treatments available can be a little daunting. Familiarizing yourself with the various ME/CFS treatments is a good idea, because often a treatment which works for one ME/CFS patient may not work for the next, so some experimentation is usually required before you hit upon the treatment or treatments which work best for you. In order to provide an overview of the major ME/CFS treatments available, I have compiled a roadmap document that surveys them. This roadmap to ME/CFS treatments can be found here: ➤ ME/CFS Roadmap For Testing And Treatment The roadmap covers the many factors (viruses, bacteria, toxins, etc) which are suspected causal agents linked to precipitating ME/CFS, and it details how to tackle and treat these suspected causal factors. Hopefully this roadmap will provide a useful introductory orientation for ME/CFS patients at the beginning of the learning curve of ME/CFS testing and treatment. Note: I am slowly expanding this roadmap document to include more treatments, so if you know of an important ME/CFS treatment with a good evidence base that is not currently in the roadmap and might usefully be included, please post details of that treatment here, along with web links to the evidence of its efficacy (preferably published studies, or information provided by ME/CFS doctors). Any errors or inaccuracies found in the document can be reported here too.