I bet most of you know what i mean when i say try not to worry about new symptoms that come along. As the years roll on with this illness, i've been to casualty with the children on different occasions with various joints that appear to be clicked out, which cause a lot of pain, we go through endless waits, x rays only to find there's nothing to be seen, usually by the time we've got to the point of seeing a doctor, the symptom has gone only to be replaced shortly after with something new, completely different. We've contacted doctors about nausea when she could stand it no longer, by the time we've been able to get ginger or whatever was recommended, it's gone! We've had periods of migraine, got the stronger tablets, then it moves onto something else. Every now and again we'll get symptoms that panic us, could be sudden visual problems, extreme tummy pains, back pain, all of which throw you into complete turmoil as to if it's an ME symptom or we're about to die of appendesitus or something!! We've fainted out of the blue, when that happens for the first time it's scary, but apparently nothing to worry about, an anxiety attack we've been told. At least we can never get bored with the same symptoms i suppose. Our main concern is what's going to come along next, sudden massive weight gain, sudden weight lose(both have happened in our family). Joint agony, muscle pains, shaking episodes, bright light, loud noise who knows? When you're new to me/cfs, every new symptom i used to need clarification for, is it normal in me/cfs or something else? Now we mainly stay away from doctors and sort ourselves out via help online. Remember try not to worry to much, it will probably be gone as soon as it's arrived, hopefully.