Symptoms may include persistent exhaustion (‘fatigue’), muscle and/or joint pain, sleep disturbance, ’flu-like symptoms such as headache, sore throat, painful lymph nodes, dizziness and/or nausea and problems with memory and concentration.
M.E. affects people in different ways and to differing degrees. It’s a very variable
illness and your symptoms can change over time.
While it’s important to find out more about the range of symptoms experienced by different people with M.E. - it is also important to know that you may only experience a few of them.
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