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Diagnosing Chronic Fatigue Syndrom

Were you looking for information on Diagnosing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Diagnosing chronic fatigue syndrom is a common misspelling of diagnosing chronic fatigue syndrome.
 
Diagnosing chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is difficult because its symptoms can overlap with those of other illnesses, including anxiety disorders, depression, and other conditions of psychiatric origin. A person may be diagnosed with CFS if he or she has chronic fatigue for more than six months along with at least four other symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Doctors diagnosing chronic fatigue syndrome will usually review the patient's medical history, conduct physical and mental status examinations, and perform lab tests (including blood and urine tests).
 
(Click Diagnosing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to learn more about the steps involved in reaching a chronic fatigue syndrome diagnosis.)

 

 
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