Agreed. If the CAA and IACFS/ME don't address this, how are we, as patients, supposed to fight it? It's still not clear to me how the CDC expects me (or my doctor) to distinguish between these two supposedly distinct conditions. To which "neurological and muscular signs" exactly are they referring? When I reviewed the case definition linked above, I noticed this. which I hadn't noticed before: [my bolding] So if we have CFS we have a psychiatric disorder, but if we report "numerous symptoms not strictly related to CFS", say oh, perhaps "neurological and muscular signs", then our doctors should investigate the possibility of psychiatric disorders? Sounds like a catch-22 to me.