What are your opinions on whether its a good idea to have the diagnosis of "CFS" in your medical file as of today going forward? I had imperfect (for me) dx of "fibromyalgia" for years and more recently a mainstream doc who is my newer PC who is open minded on CFS put that diagnosis too in my chart, but if anything I think it actually made it harder for me to get reimbursed on some stuff when I had private insurance and may have contributed to docs in the system who dont know me doing more of a negative stereotype ahead of time, so I am not seeing it as nec. a bonus, not sure if it would be good or bad if had to apply for SSDI, although I know women who have gotten SSDI in last 10 years based on that dx. I just don't want to end up in the "crazy" camp if cdc keeps one for the peeps who don't have xmrv as I don't know if I have that at this point. so, yay or nay, keep the CFS dx or ask him if he would ditch in favor of neurally mediated hypotension or some more beneign thing?