I am moving to Göteborg/Gothenburg in August to maybe live with my boyfriend fulltime, we will see how it is when I get there. He is Swedish born and raised, and will help make my settling in/paperwork side of things easier, since he tells me he is my sambo. My Swedish is non existent right now, and am trying to learn. I've visited/stayed in Sweden before to be with my boyfriend, up to four months at a time. I sort of know what to expect- apart from the medical side of things. I had a throat infection and dealt with a GP before, but not sure how to deal with the ME/CFS side of things. I am English, and used to the NHS system mainly. I am currently on the waiting list to see a specialist in Southampton. Various GPs have diagnosed me as having CFS/ME, and I'm discovering that I've got to work out what works for me. Which is hard if you're mostly clueless about it to begin with. However, what with the waiting list and the stress and anxiety of the current benefit system, I've decided to say "fuck it" and move to Sweden, where my boyfriend can take care of me. I would be happier knowing what I was walking into medically, though, and what to expect with doctors. Is there anyone based in Sweden that can tell me what to expect? I am luckily in a fairly big city, so will have access to more medical facilities. Can anyone recommend a specialist or GP, or even tell me what to expect?