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My daughter is 14. She is currently under suspicion of having CFS.
She had glandular fever in Sept 2013, and since then has had recurring lethergy/ sore throat/ headaches/ lymph pain since....
The week in-between ovulation and actual bleeding is when she is at her worst, to the point she now misses a week from school every month. The gp has put her on the pill today, with the thinking that if they stop her ovulating then her symptoms will be more managable.
I'd appreciate any thoughts/ info/ and general support.
Also I'd like to hear from any parents experiences of dealing with their childs eductaion... I cant wake her up, nevermind get her to school!
Please note, she is not depressed.... well she isnt at the moment, if this continues then she may end up being!! She was an extremely active teenager, who would compete her beloved horses every week and enjoy an active social life. Thankyou x
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Esther Rantzen's daughter whose doc believed glandular fever triggered illness
150,000 est to have cfs/me has doubled,
sad that thousands tried to contact her for help, but youngsters should be given
and try to avoid/treat chest infections etc
i would say its a b c . but the facts are no one knows what caused the cfs in any 1 .
friend son who is 2 years old male as it .
Google for example The pain practitioner and CFIDS to find an article where the link between CFS and PMS is mentioned (The pain practitioner, volume 20). It's also an otherwise excellent article.
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