For the benefit of anyone else: I'm diagnosed with FM and not CFS/ME. I didn't just "feel worse", I got worse and it NEVER resolved it's self, it's been many years. Until it does, then it counts as permanent. I realise my word alone isn't objective but the vast majority of CFS/ME patients haven't had positive objective "damage" tests either. When I say "it" I'm referring to multiple symptoms which don't necessarily have the same trigger for worsening, but the triggers are repeatable & consistent tests that lead to consistent worsening. For example with my pain symptoms exerting the area enough will indefinitely worsen that area to some extent. I'm not "guessing", I've had the test done through Dr.Sarah Myhill, so unless you publicly want to say she's a fraud or explain exactly why the test she uses is different to the one used for ME/CFS in trials (would be news to me) then you'll have to accept that Mitochondrial damage exists in Fibromyalgia. I can't link a trial for this, because it was a privately taken but objective test, I wasn't involved in a trial. Are you seriously saying that I don't have this dysfunction because I wasn't involved in a trial? Are clinical tests not valid now? I'll consider scanning it in, if anyone else is interested, but I suspect Tania is more interested in having the final say on this one, which is a shame because she's done good work & helped raised awareness in her country.