Fast Five Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Michael Stuart Bronze, MD


December 04, 2015

Because most cases of CFS may be due to a viral infection, no uniformly effective therapy exists for CFS. Trials of antiviral agents have been ineffective in relieving the symptoms of CFS. In patients with elevated C pneumoniae levels, particularly those with increased IgM titers, antichlamydial therapy may be effective. No special diet or vitamin supplements are effective. Otherwise, treatment is largely supportive and responsive to symptoms.

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