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ME/CFS and Long COVID: What's the Connection? | 2 in 1 connection west point ms | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية

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#MEAction hosted a seminar for COVID-19 long haulers, or people with ‘long COVID’, to discuss the potential for the SARS-CoV-2 virus to trigger the often post-viral neurological disease, myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Our panelists are an expert clinician, Dr. Lucinda Bateman, MD., and three people with lived experience of ME/CFS. No matter your eventual diagnosis, we believe this information will help many who are experiencing chronic illness for the first time.

Resources and links from the seminar:

* Using A Heart Rate Monitor To Prevent Post-Exertional Malaise In ME/CFS –

* How to Be a Patient: ( Sana Goldberg, RN

* How To Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers: ( Toni Bernhard

“The author lives with ME/CFS. There’s a great pocket version (

* Beyond The Bullshit Of ‘Too Bad, So Sad’: On Life With Chronic Illness and Disabilities (
Asher Wolf, Medium

* How Not to Track Symptoms, and Why, and When to Do It Anyway (
JD Davids, Cranky Queer Guide to Chronic Illness

* #MEAction’s Hospitalization Kit Can be found on COVID resources page: (
One handout is a fillable form to hand to new doctors; the other is a packing list and advice.

How To Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers ( by Toni Bernhard.

7 Tips for Making Peace With Chronic Pain and Illness (

#MEAction’s ‘Diagnosis and management of myalgic encephalomyelitis’ can be found on #MEAction’s tools page, in addition to many other ME resources.

Thank you to our panelists, to Body Politic, the COVID-19 Working Group New York and to our moderator Terri Wilder for sharing your time and knowledge!

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  1. ME / FM is very real. I have been suffering since 1982. There are people whose symptoms began after getting the H1N1 vaccine. ME is a nurological illness and could be triggered by a viral infection, a vaccine, sever childhood stress, physical injury – auto accident. Medical science cannot produce any evidence that it actually exist however 4 to 8% of the world population are not all in on a lie. No matter what the doctors who disbelieve it exists may think they are wrong until they themselves get it. Find another doctor if you have one who is just ignorant to what we tell them.

  2. all post viral conditions are being kept in place by one thig,their own weak immune system,its ridiculous,these conditions can be brought to an end fast take 2 x 1000mg cpasules of liposmal vit c every hour for ten hours a day,do that every day until all the symptoms have gone,its very safe you cannot over dose and its gentle on the stomache,md doctors are realy pathetic ,they just like to treat the symptoms,well fuck them kill the virus and regain your health in days

  3. Thank you so much! This is a so helpful!
    When I told my physician and an internist about long-covid / me/cfs it seemed like they thought I am making this sickness up. They seem to believe that I have my symptoms (knock on wood) but think the illness is not "real". Even after I told them how much this concept of pacing and understanding the way the exhaustion works helped me.
    We will see if they find something else…

  4. A lot has happened since CFS was nicknamed the "Yuppie Flu" by the press. I led two support groups in the Washington, DC, area in the late 1980's and early 1990's. Got a diagnosis from a doctor at the Georgetown University Medical Center, an immunologist, who took great interest in the medical condition.
    I can say that some symptoms went away (like feeling as if I was walking in a fog) but others continue with varying severity (like night sweats). Most symptoms have gotten better such as the fatigue and cognitive disorder, but nothing, and I mean nothing, like before I got sick . The upshot was that that I could not function in my career anywhere close to what I did (and hardly at all in the first few years) in a protected work environment . It was difficult to for me to accept the blow of being an outstanding employee before CFS struck to barely limping along and struggling to get satisfactory job performance ratings. Learning new technology required enormous effort only disintegrate by the next day leaving me with the frustration of having to relearn which could take multiple iterations. Fortunately, much of what I learned before I got sick was retained which made me a valuable asset because of the Y2K issue on legacy systems and and continue shortly afterwards as minor bugs turned up after updated systems were released into production. I got an early retirement a couple of years later.

    I feel like the mainstream medical community kind of believes the disease exists but the doctors have little interest in the medical condition because of limited knowledge about the disease and they do not want to be perceived as being uniformed. I have learned to live with CFS and do the best I can to make it through life. In other words, I was and still am handicapped but have developed strategies to overcome my limitations.

    As for the COVID-19 Long Haulers (I wish CFS patients had a cool name like that), more data needs to be collected over time to determine if their "medical condition" is temporary or permanent. It is great that this outcome of COVID-19 are getting attention it needs from the medical commumity and the press. What needs to be done is to identify symptoms of COVID-19 Long Haulters that are different from CFS patients.



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