don't think antidepressants generally help ME/CFS, although there is a study to show that moclobemide can increase the sense of energy in ME/CFS. And Dr David Bell found amantadine 25 mg to 50 mg twice daily helps reduce fatigue ME/CFS.
If course if you have depression, which many ME/CFS patients do, then some sort of antidepressant treatment might be useful.
Thanks for your reply.
I thought about it because of this:
The present inventors have unexpectedly found that the clinical outcome of treatment of disorders characterized by debilitating fatigue is significantly improved by the combination of a dopamine stabilizing agent and an anti-depressive agent.