I am in need of a cfs doctor in my area. My health history is this. In the last 24 years ( I am 41) I have had, through blood work, mono 7 times (acute infectious) and the mumps twice. I have had all my vaccines and boosters that are required for school. I have seen my family practioner, an endocrinologist (my thyroid was fine), a rhumetologist (who I wasn't thrilled with) and now an immunologist. My immunologist is still waiting on my cmv test results and a few other results also. I feel like nothing is getting solved and I feel horrible. I do have mono now and after 6 weeks of it i feel worse then when they told me I have it again. I have been told that I could have cfs but I dont know where to go from here. Who else should i see? My symptoms are extreme fatigue, headaches, gland pain( back of my neck at the base of my skull especially), weight gain ( in 3 years 60 lbs. and I count calories), weak muscles, sometimes fever and extreme, excessive sweating. Please help!!!
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