I've come down with what seems to be CFS, starting about 4 months ago. Docs have run every test they can and can't find anything and are concerned it is quite possible CFS as my symptoms match up quite a bit. I've been able to work through a number of triggers to prevent certain symptoms, but one area I can't get any relief in is being able to read a book. The only text I can read is text that is both larger than a standard book size, as well as spaced out quite liberally. I've converted my computer to Large Print mode blowing up the text size, zooming in on most things and even flipping the colors on my display so white web pages are black, just so I can read them. However, not everything can be read on a computer, especially the books my 1& 3 year olds wants me to read. I found these articles - http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/press/...diagnose-people-with-chronic-fatigue-syndrome - http://www.everydayhealth.com/chronic-fatigue-syndrome/vision-problems.aspx - that seems to explain a lot of the symptoms I'm having. It seems to be an issue with focusing on small objects which is what is required to read a book. I'm just wondering how common this symptoms is in those who have been diagnosed with CFS, and more importantly if anyone has found relief for this symptom. Already been to an eye doctor and he asked why I came in because my vision was perfect (at least according to his tests).