I am wondering if anyone sees a difference on their lab (blood work) test results on good days or bad days. For example: if you're having one of those rare good days where you feel half human again, do your test results improve? Like will a usually abnormal RNaseL level look more normal if you're having a good day? And Or Will a RNaseL test result look more abnormal if you're having a particularly bad day. My previous Doctor told me that sometimes certain tests can spike in and out of range at any time, for so called "unknown reasons". I am wondering if us CFS/FMS people should have certain tests done regularly to monitor what's really going on. I would like to have the "CFIDS Panel 1 & 2," and the "Molecular Biology of CFIDS panel" (like from Immunosciences Lab) done every so often to see whats going on. But at a $1100 for them all it's not really an option for me. It would be nice though because it may reveal if certain treatments are really doing something, and also how my test results look during different stages of good days verse bad flare up days. Does This make sense, my brain is starting to fog up now. Any Feedback would be great!