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CFS

Postby markc012 » Mon May 17, 2010 1:25 pm

Hi all,
Well after 14 months I have been diagnosed with CFS. My arm is very heavy and was unble to use my fingers for a week, but Rhuemy Registrar just said was not sure why, but I do definetly have CFS!!
So there you go......erm what now?
Refered to pain clinic who will help me deal with symptoms, but I do worry about my arm and fingers!!
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Re: CFS

Postby budda » Mon May 17, 2010 2:46 pm

Mark, try not to worry to much,you will stess yourself even more and that will make you ill, see how you get on when you go to the pain clinic, let us now how you get on. :hugs:
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Re: CFS

Postby shazq » Mon May 17, 2010 4:53 pm

Your GP will be able to take over the care side now, in most cases once you have the DX you see your GP for meds.
The Rheumy will notify your GP by writing that he has diagnosed you with CFS.
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