I'm new to this forum, but wanted to get others opinions on what's going on. From what I have read some ME/CFS patients have exactly what I'm experiencing, while others describe something totally different. With doctors already questioning the authenticty of ME/CFS these vast differences in symptoms makes me question it as well. I was diagnosed with ME/CFS about two years ago after returning to the United States from a deployment to Iraq. My symptoms vary widely and have changed over time, making me wonder if they are related or not. Initially my symptoms included, problems sleeping, mono-like symptoms including fatigue, nausea, sore throat, vertigo, sensitivity to heat. I appear to be more sensitive to infection. A few months later I began getting headaches that felt like a sharp pain over my left eye, then my right eye. Now the headaches just feel like a tingling sensation around the top back portion of my head. I've experienced a lot of sleep issues with diagnoses including perdioic limb movement disorder and idiopathic hypersomnia. My coordination has decreased, I've begun to experience concentration issues, memory problems and chest pain (diagnosed as idiopathic tachycardia episodes). There is ringing in my ears, but if anything my hearing exam says my hearing has gotten better not worse. I no longer digest certain foods, and some times experience stomach pain. My menstrual cycles are now 35-55 days apart with severe cramps. I have developed hemrophagic cysts on my ovaries (not sure if related). My eyesight has gotten really blurry and sensitive to light, but my optometrist says everything is fine. More recently I've begun to get muscle twitches/spasms and body tremors. My weight also fluctates 20lbs each way with no change in diet/exercise. I've seen a wide variety of specialist and everything they find is idiopathic (unknown cause). My symptoms aren't as severe as a lot of the ones I've heard mentioned, but it also makes me feel like no one believes I'm sick. I'm sure everyone has posted suggestions and opinions in this forum, but as you can imagine I am too tired to read through each of them and find out what applies to me. My opinion is that I need to be tested for POTS, but my doctors don't even seem concerned with trying to figure out the cause of all my symptoms or trying anything to help. So if anyone has any suggestions I'd greatly appreciate it.