The last days I followed the discussions about the terms - ME, CFS, ME/CFS. I have to say that I am a bit lost. I also started to doubt if I have really ME/CFS. Our sickness is in neurologie cathegory - or it should be but actually I dont have too much neurological symptoms. So thats why I post here my question. Do I have to have neurological symptoms to have ME/CFS? I have ME/CFS for 10 years. First 7 years were quite OK, then I crashed and was for 1 year in bed and now I recover slowly the last 2 years. I think I have almost all ME/CFS symptoms (except neurological and pains) like: PEM, fatigue, POTS, OI, diziness, problems with GI, higher temperature, problems with heat, sleep disorder (only during my worst periode), swallow problems... Maybe I also have some neurological problems but I dont recognize it - I have weak muscles, they are trembeling sometimes or I have just strange muscle feeling (I can feel my face muscles), they also found myogen lesion in my muscles -EMG examination (thats why the doctors thought that i have a muscle sickness but metabolic, genetic tests and muscle biopsie didnt confirm this) - but I dont know if these muscles symptoms are neurological. During my worst periode I sometimes couldnt find right words when I had a conversation but it was maybe because I was very tired and felt bad and dizzy so I had to lie down. I also had sometimes feeling when I was walking that I will fall dawn to the right or left. But these symptoms also disappaired now when I got better. Its possible that I have some small problems with memory or concentration but I dont recognize it. The problems like brain fog or other neurological problems which describe a lot of patients i dont have. So I start to doubt a bit if I have ME/CFS. Is it possible to have ME/CFS without neurological symptoms or only with small neurological symptoms especially when the sickness is in neurologic cathegory. Are there a lot of patients like this?