Hello, I am new here and would like some opinions about my situation and how you would approach GP regarding moving forward. I am a male in my early thirties and have never suffered from any ill health apart from asthma. Suddenly at the start of June this year I started to suffer from severe fatigue and tiredness. I wake up and feel un-refreshed and constantly 'groggy'. By late morning/early afternoon I am am completely shattered and often need to take rests to get through the day. I often find that if I have to carry out physical work such as lifting a couple of boxes from my car I feel even worse later that day or even the next day. I travel a lot (lots of driving, typically 500-700 miles per week) and it's getting harder to continue. So far I have avoided taking any time off, but i feel like everything's getting on top of me and I am struggling to continue. Alongside the tiredness I noticed a slight tremor in my left hand and difficulty getting my words out. I will often be mid conversation and suddenly cannot get the words I know I want to say, out. My co-ordination has also been abnormal and I have found myself tripping over my own feet recently. I went to see my GP who ran some blood tests which came back completely normal. I luckily has private medical cover with work, so I was then referred to a Neurologist who arranged for an MRI Scan of my head, this came back yesterday with a normal result which has ruled out MS. I have another appointment with the neurologist in a weeks time to 'debrief' but I don't know what to do next. I am obviously pleased I don't have MS, but there is something going on as my symptoms are worsening and I don't have any answers. From my own research I think I may have ME, but no one (GP or Neuro) have even mentioned this condition yet. Sorry for the long post, but I don't have a clue how to get answers! Any advice would be appreciated.