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good article for differentiating ME/CFS from illnesses

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by jann1033, Dec 21, 2014.

  1. jann1033

    jann1033 Senior Member

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    https://www.masscfids.org/diagnosis/differential-diagnoses
    I've been looking up illlness that mimic ME/CFS, mainly due to my periodic desire to have anything more treatable than CFS ;) and came across this.

    I thought it was particularly good for any "accused" of having MDD instead.

    Unfortunately, it just reinforced my dx but good to know i guess. Sorry about the edits, I always think my brain is working great til i see my post lol!
     
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    SDSue Southeast

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    MDD?
     
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    Major Depressive Disorder
     
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    Denise Senior Member

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    Is anyone else unable to connect to this?
    I am getting a (Firefox) message
    Unable to Connect Securely..... broken security protocol
     
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    Sherlock tart cherry etc. for joints, insomnia

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    Czechosherlockia, USA
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    Denise Senior Member

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    jann1033 Senior Member

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    I copied the link from Chrome and it works on that ( tried it again just now)but maybe not firefox? Or couldbe the site was down ?
     
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    "Fibromyalgia (FM) means "soft tissue and muscle pain". The soft tissues are tendons and ligaments."

    And the muscle?
     

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