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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: GPs Discuss Worrying Condition Which Causes SEVERE Exhaustion

Sunday 2 October 2016

 

From UK newspaper the Sunday Express:

 

Dr Zoe and Dr Ranj have advised callers on This Morning
Dr Zoe and Dr Ranj have advised callers on This Morning
 

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: GPs discuss worrying condition which causes SEVERE exhaustion

A WORRIED mother has sought a second opinion from GPs after her daughter, who suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, started fainting.

By Olivia Lerche
Thursday September 29, 2016
Copyright ©2016 Express Newspapers. "Daily Express" is a registered trademark. All rights reserved.

Dr Ranj Singh and Dr Zoe Williams joined This Morning hosts Holly and Phil to give advice to the caller.

Laura, whose teenager daughter enjoys being active and swimming said: “My daughter’s ME is causing her to faint. She lost her vision and collapsed.

“We are wondering if this is linked to the ME.”

CFS is also known as ME, which stands for myalgic encephalomyelitis. It's estimated around 250,000 people in the UK have CFS. The condition can seriously affect quality of life - sometimes causing people to struggle with even the most basic of tasks.

 

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