“I’m struggling to come to terms with the fact I was not diagnosed for so long, and am angry that I suffered needlessly for 24 years.”
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“I didn’t complete my degree but received sufficient qualifications to be ordained in September 2007.”
“M.E. still affects every aspect of my life. Attending school was a huge hurdle for me and one I still struggle with.”
“The most frustrating aspect of sleep is the frequent inability to enter deep sleep. It feels like I only ever dream, and it is exhausting.”
“What I am suggesting is that, however people refer to M.E., however people experience it, chronic fatigue is not the same thing.”
“I’ve tried so many different methods to manage my symptoms. Medication helps to a degree alongside self-management techniques.”
We want to increase the flow of information to GPs and other healthcare professionals about M.E.
Two stories from very generous supporters of the ME Association.
Emma spent a decade in isolation at home after becoming severely ill with ME in 2004. She has been interviewed by the BBC together with Dr Shepherd.
Dr Charles Shepherd contributes to a new article about Covid-19 and possible Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome.
The national 2.6 Challenge kicks off tomorrow and you’re getting ready for ME Awareness in May!