Oleda age 79

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Virus Attacking White Blood Cells And Iron Levels In The Body

“Struggling with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for the last 18 years. I’ve got a virus that is attacking my white blood cells and my Iron levels in my body. Also struggle with muscular pain in my arms. Is there anything you can suggest that I can use.”

Oleda age 80As you know I’m not a doctor and cannot give medical advise. I do feel sad that you are not getting out of life what you should…18 years is a long time to live with any chronic illness. There has to be someone out there who can help you.[adrotate group=”4″]

May I give you this advise. Call a hospital in your area and ask for the name and number of a doctor affiliated with them who specializes in CFS… or at least is known to treat such patients. Doctor does not have to have an office in the hospital – but one who has a good standing with them is fine. You may also, at the same time, look for a licensed nutritionist for a consultation. Yes, this is a lot to do especially since I know you don’t feel like doing it. But this could be the beginning of a new life for you… find a friend to help you.

I found these two links you may like to read. The second one mentions inflammation in the body (which is the beginning of many illnesses) I’m big on Vitamin B-Complex for this reason. Also I take Aloe Vera for the same reason. You say vitamins make you tired… you are already tired you say! Vitamins help build the body and may be part of what your body is missing.

It’s easy to put this off because of the way you feel at the moment…. I hope you don’t.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – CFS – Center: Symptoms, Causes, Tests, and Treatments
(Find in-depth information on chronic fatigue syndrome including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.)

Brain Scans Spot Possible Clues to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
(inflammation may play a role, small study suggests)

2 thoughts on “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Virus Attacking White Blood Cells And Iron Levels In The Body

  1. its sad that most doctors are assembly line. unless you are lucky to find a non robot doctor you really do need to fight the system. your suggestions are very wise.

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