I hope this is posted in the right forum. I'm a 52 year old male that has been dealing with a un-specified disorder, with my main symptoms being extreme fatigue after any type of physical exertion. I've seen three different Rheumatologist, all had different diagnosis from Lupus, to Fibromyalgia to no Immune disorder at all. I started the Myers Cocktail in late 2013, starting with 5 weekly treatments, then going to bi-weekly. I felt like they were working, as I was able to do normal activities without getting exhausted. On my 7th treatment I had a severe reaction. As I was leaving the office, I had to use the restroom and when I urinated, it looked like blood. I started feeling weak and light headed, and began having really bad chest pain. I was convinced that I was having a heart attack. Well, I spent two days in the hospital, no heart problems (my heart checked out OK) and they had no real explanation for the episode. My urine cleared up late the first night. Turns out it was Myoglobin and not blood. My kidneys were ok also. I had additional tests after this to rule out any Myositis or Muscle Dystrophy which were all negative. The episode left me completely wasted for nearly 2 months. On the advice of a family friend who is a doctor, we took out the Glutathione, as she felt that it was administered to quickly and affected my kidneys. So I started them again, with four weekly treatments and then went to bi-weekly. On my sixth treatment it happened again. This time it hit me on the way home, and wasn't nearly as bad but still bad enough to call for an ambulance. Same thing as before, Myoglobin in my urine and bad chest pain. I've searched the internet and cannot find anything about adverse reactions to a Myers Cocktail. The only thing similar to the two episodes could have been that I had a slightly empty stomach. I suffer from intermittent diarrhea which I contribute to having my Gall Bladder out several years ago, but after talking with the doctors it may not be related to that. I had eaten before each procedure, but voided before getting there. Any help with finding some information about adverse reactions would be greatly appreciated.