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What are less common symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome?

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  • Vision problems that may include blurring, light sensitivity, or eye pain
  • Irritability, mood swings, anxiety, panic attacks
  • Chills or night sweats
  • Low fever or low body temperature
  • Irritable bowels
  • Allergies or sensitivity to foods, alcohol, odors, chemicals, medications, or sounds
  • Numbness, tingling, or burning in hands, feet, or face
  • Dizziness when you stand

SOURCES:

CDC: “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

National Health Service (UK): “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

Office on Women’s Health: “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

Reviewed by William Blahd on August 12, 2016

SOURCES:

CDC: “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

National Health Service (UK): “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

Office on Women’s Health: “Chronic fatigue syndrome.”

Reviewed by William Blahd on August 12, 2016

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