Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I was tested for most of the major CFS-triggering viruses and only came back positive for the chickenpox virus, which I had quite badly as a kid. I know the testing isn't very sensitive in general, and I can't afford more sensitive testing overseas or done via private pathologies. A few months before my major crash, I had a week where I was in bed with terrible nausea and vomiting, but never had a 'flu' per se. My doctor believes Candida is contributing to my symptoms, and I have been expelling very strange things (including yeast?) since starting coffee enemas at her suggestion. The reason I ask is because I had been considering trying Equilibrant but it's relatively expensive and my budget is limited and I'm wondering if it would help me. Is there any way to distinguish between 'viral' and 'bacterial' based CFS? My bloodwork showed low Vit D, low B12, low Zinc, low iron (normal Ferritin), high monocytes, but everything else was normal.