I saw a new doctor who works at the CFS discovery clinic here in Melbourne. The clinic is supposedly reputable (I saw her at another cheap center, however). Anyway, she seemed quite intuitively knowledgeable, i.e. picking up on stuff and making suggestions that no one else had mentioned up until this point, but I also don't know how much to believe. So far, prior to seeing her, I have tested negative for Chlamydia Pneumoniae, Mycoplasma, EBV, Herpes, H. Pylori etc. I did a Lyme & co. panel that was all negative too. I have low Vit D, low B12, anemia of chronic disease, high RT3, low zinc, slightly elevated homocysteine and high monocytes. Initially, she thought Lyme based on the monocytes and the fact that I scored high on the Horowitz questionnaire, but she retracted that later on: I can't specifically recall why .. I think because my neck glands felt okay to her. She said the Horowitz questionnaire can cover any multi-system infection. She then said she thinks my primary infectious issue is Candida, backed up by the fact that I have visible bloating and have developed fungal infections on my feet and red spots on my arms etc. She said we could test for it, but it would cost; I've read a lot of conflicting info on how legitimate Candida overgrowth in the gut is .. She also gave me a form for a comprehensive stool analysis to check for dysbiosis, but it's $350 and not something I can afford right now. She thinks I have copper overload, based on my low Zinc and psychiatric symptoms (a lot of revved up energy, nerviness, anger etc.). Given that I can't tolerate any supplements without crashing -- including probiotics, Vit D, B12 etc. -- without provoking a reaction, she wants me to start with coffee enemas to improve my immunity and relieve the copper burden. She seemed pretty confident that doing 2-3 a week for a few weeks will allow me to then tolerate supplements more effectively.