Hi everyone, I've decided (even though i'm having an XMRV test soon in uk) that we are going to give the LP a go. My mind was swung after talking to one of the lovely phone line people at the Tymes trust (charity for children with ME/CFS). The trust obviously do not recommend this therapy or many others , so it was purely the phone lady who got my interest. Her son recovered after doing the process 4.5 yrs ago when he was 11yrs even though he had had a postive endoscopy prior to the LP with dr chia. It was her son who wanted to try the process because his friend who was wheelchair bound had done it and recovered (she relapsed 7 mths later though). His mum has no idea to this day how it worked, she sat in on the whole process. She does however know of people it's worked for and people it hasn't. She strongly believes that the people who relapse quickly is due to doing far to much far to quickly though as her son's friend did! Her son didn't do any sport at school at all for about 8mths afterwards to allow his muscles and stamina to build up. After that he had no problems at all. He was affected very badly with ME/CFS originally. I do know other people it has worked for so i think it is worth a go for both of us. My daughter however (15yrs) is not willing to come along with us, as she doesn't have any belief in it whatsover. The trainer who i've chosen lives very locally to us and is one of the original trainers so is very excperienced. She NEVER does group sessions, and strongly believes in doing patients individually orin pairs such as me & my son. She has stated that all cases of ME/CFS are different, so group sessions are not appropriate. Watch this space. I'm remaining upbeat about it and very open minded. Maybe we will be in the subset that it helps. I'm not expecting miracles, and would be happy even it improved us 10% before our holiday.