I've been having symtoms of CFS for about 2 years now. I've been to a doctor and was tested for anemia and hypothyroid. They both came back normal. My doctor just told me to deal with it, everybody gets tired. But I know there is still something going on, it's not normal to sleep for 12 hours a day and still need more sleep everyday. I've even changed my diet, exerise, and sleep habits with no luck. Does anybody have any advice about how to deal with doctors who write off CFS or any recommendation for a doctor in the San Antonio area that actually believes that CFS exists?
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