The uncertainty surrounding recovery from Covid-19 is something that we hope is being discussed within the NHS and Government, but pacing and self-management remain the only options for many people.
We update our general leaflet on Covid-19 and ME/CFS and this is reproduced below along with all our range of free leaflets about the infection and lockdown.
Paul Garner, Professor at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, talks about those who have not recovered from Covid-19.
“There is abundant evidence that ME/CFS can follow apparently infectious illnesses of uncertain cause, or a clearly diagnosed infectious illness…”
We are launching a new leaflet and an update to add to the range that we have published since the very beginning of the pandemic and national lockdown.
“I have spoken to 111 several more times as my chest was worse but have been told to stay in bed for 1-2 more weeks and even minimise talking if necessary.”
We provide a weekly update on Covid-19 in a new free leaflet and a letter about vulnerability to be used when required.
Evidence is mounting that Covid-19 infection might lead to instances of PVFS meaning we may see an increase in cases of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
Dr Shepherd provides another update and comprehensive guidance for people with ME/CFS.
Dr Shepherd provides an update and comprehensive guidance for people with ME/CFS.
New Government guidance has been issued that will affect people with ME/CFS.
Dr Shepherd updates on the situation and explains how you can help prevent the spread of this infection and minimise exposure.
Dr Charles Shepherd provides updated information about the virus and how you can help prevent infection.
Dr Shepherd provides some key information on both the virus and the prevention of infection.
We’ve been talking about mental health on social media. Russell explains how he’s faced up to these challenges over the years.