I think a lot of us will relate to this article in some way. Its making me feel mad that they are even considering that "stress" could be causing this http://www.aljazeera.com/news/afric...-ebola-after-effects-2014121573521561384.html I suggest to go to link and read full article but I'll cut and paste a bit for those who cant read much "just stress". Seriously the medical profession needs to stop this. Why cant they just accept that viruses can cause "real" affects in people due to some damage which has been done to the body or if they dont understand what it is. I found that bit about the eyes extremely interesting as I wonder if that is what causes my eye pain with light at times (I cant handle a bright computer screen most of time) . I also get blurred vision at times. . Ive never have heard the name for this condition before. Who diagnoses "Uveitis"? When Ive been bad with my eyes, Ive never seen an eye doctor or been refered to one. I suspect the peeling of the skin many are suffering as an after affect.. is probably due to all the chlorine which was put on it when they were in the clinics. Chlorine can cause dry skin etc. Probably damaged skin.. breathing issues .. possibly after affects of all the Chlorine fumes?. Trouble sleeping wouldnt be surprising either after being in one of those hell hole ebola clinics watching everyone die around you. But I seriously wonder from the other things (joint pain, headaches and who knows what else) if these survivors now do have a post viral syndrome" and will they later be getting ME/CFS diagnoses?. Thou very unfortunate to them, Its interesting that they are getting new symptoms weeks later. I wonder where it will lead for them.. will they also go on and develop things like dysautonomia like we do? Maybe something could be learned about ME/CFS from these survivors if researchers end up paying them any attention.