Sunday I understand and have been following the B12 thing when I can. Right now in the middle of a divorce where hubby wants to take everything and leave me with no resources, so I am trying to put together a brief summery of what CFS is and the symptoms, and the way it reduces ones ability to preform basic everyday tasks. Something to give the judge and the lawyers. Something that will also show what the kind of stress my husband is putting me through does to our bodies and our ability to cope.
I am almost done with it. Thank goodness! Then I can get serious about choosing and starting on one of the protocols, I am leaning towards RichVanK's protocol. Thatis if I have enough money after the divorce to buy the stuff I will need and to get some tests done.
Do you have any labs to show? CFS is not a very accepted problem in court cases, at least not in my experience. Really, CFS is just a category for undiagnosed neuroendocrine and immune problems. If you have some tests to show neuroendocrine depletion and immune problems and viral reactivations and viral load, then you have something they can not argue with. For instance, low cortisol levels, low neurotransmitters, low NK function, low mitochondria, reactivated herpes, things that might demonstrate to a judge real depletions that have resulted from the stress of the failed marriage perhaps?