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Carole Bruce May 14
Let me out! Imprisoned by M.E. since 1992
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Megan Jenkins May 13
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Yules with ME/CFS ๐ŸŒณ May 12
This wasn't the way life was supposed to go. But now that it has, I never want it to happen to another person. We MUST fund research into ME/CFS.
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Sheffield ME & Fibromyalgia Group May 14
Join us tomorrow for a full evening of music as we reach the end of ๐ŸŽถ Head on over to our Facebook page to watch!
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Action for M.E. May 14
"I donโ€™t think people realise that when everything goes back to normal, people go back to work, meet friends and family and go on holiday, that that will not happen for me and the thousands of others with severe M.E." Olivia, 24, Wigan
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Jessica Taylor-Bearman May 11
It is and it marks 14 years since I first came down with ME. I did not die but I have not recovered . After the pandemic has passed, there will be a surge of post viral conditions. Listen to your body. Do NOT push your body through.
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BackHug May 11
A rather blue start to the week but for good reason! Weโ€™re proud to be ๐—š๐—ข๐—œ๐—ก๐—š ๐—•๐—Ÿ๐—จ๐—˜ ๐—ณ๐—ผ๐—ฟ ๐— .๐—˜. ๐Ÿ’™
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Agy Lena ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ May 13
If you think ME/CFS cannot happen to you because youโ€™re fit and healthy, you are mistaken.... look at me in that picture.... I thought the same.... I never had as much as a cold... until M.E. ....
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Robert Saunders (aka McMullen) May 11
One of the paradoxes of living with severe ME is that my life can feel both empty and full at the same time. I often feel desperately lonely but I seldom feel well enough to see more people.
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Robert Saunders (aka McMullen) May 12
Tip for to anyone writing to someone who is chronically unwell: please try to think of something more appropriate to say than โ€œI hope youโ€™re wellโ€. I know itโ€™s not intended to be unkind but it can seem a little thoughtless. Thank you.
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UK ME/CFS Biobank May 15
To end weโ€™d like to thank everyone who has donated to . In the last year we've raised a total of ยฃ19,241.53! Over ยฃ8000 was made by donations of under ยฃ50. Those little gifts of ยฃ5-ยฃ10 per month make a big difference to funding research into
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Ivan McKee MSP May 14
In solidarity with people who have have been bravely sharing their experiences of ME all week. This is a cruel and debilitating condition - find out more
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Living Small May 15
Imagine living in forever, with an incurable illness many people and most Doctors don't understand. There are 600,000 people in Canada living with ME. .
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Charlie ๐ŸŒˆ May 11
The first of my art for , where I'll be doing paintings about living with ME. This one is about a symptom I've struggled with a lot, shortness of breath, or "Air Hunger".
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It's M.E. Linda ๐Ÿ˜ท May 18
Mornin'. I helpy. 's end of 2020 an Mum's is zorsted. Next time her brain ticks, it's for her moneys making for - if you has a pond free, her Pinned Tweet h'explains. Thanky yoo Happy Hound x ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ PS Helps! where's me h'ears?
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InvisiblyMe May 15
๐Ÿ’™ It's ME/CFS Week 2020 ๐Ÿ’™ ๐Ÿ”น If you have ME/CFS, do you have any tips for managing life with fatigue? ๐Ÿ”น If you don't have the condition, is there anything you'd like to know about it?
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Portsmouth Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Service May 17
Itโ€™s the end of so my children helped me to bake some blue cupcakes! I hope people are enjoying . Letโ€™s hope this week has raised awareness of the challenges faced by people living with ME/CFS and the need for more research
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Shannon Emelia May 12
It's and i wanted to share my youtube channel with you! Its all dedicated to CFS/ME, my journey to recovery and being 22 with this illness. Id love it if you could check it out, and i hope you all have a lovely day!
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Dr Emma Harrison May 12
Beautifully written and honest account of dealing with imposter syndrome and ME in higher education ๐Ÿ‘‡ Have a read and support this amazing woman ๐Ÿ‘
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Helen Ashby May 12
MUST be a core learning point for all student . need regular refreshers. It is the most misunderstood condition so the patient is under supported and wrongly treated.
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