i have fibrom and i have m.e as well as other things , i really would like to know how many people who suffer from m.e or fibro with preants who suffer from m.s. they say m.e and m.s . suferers have the same symptoms and maybe past on at birth by the perants who suffer with m.s ...... i was just wandering if that could be possible.
Sometimes illnesses run in families. It's best to make sure your health care provider knows about your family history, so that they can keep an eye on you and do the appropriate tests. My doctors know that thyroid disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis run in my family, so I get tested every couple of years for those things just in case.
M.e does not have any link to M.s. Some symptoms are the same, but neither of my parents or family members have ever been linked to M.S but yet i have had M.E since the age of 11, I am now 24.
M.e is no way a hereditary illness. As bad as it sounds M.e is just the luck of the draw, although as we know it is certainly not lucky.
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