I have been diagnosed by an immunologist who has basically told me to walk to the end of the road one day and then a bit further the next and so on.im willing to try anything but he has given me nothing to work with. I'm teaching full time so how do i tie the varying demands of that in with an exercise programme that makes me feel so ill? Im lucky that i can stay a full day at school,when i get home im too tired to do anything and if i was to put my energy into anything shouldn't it be the massive backlog of work taht i've got?Or the household chores that have to be done no matter how ill you are? If you were me, woulod you give up work? i can do a day at work and i love teaching but i cant do the other 50% of my job which is the planning and marking at home. I worry constantly that someone will ask to see my marking records or planning and i'll end up on competence proceedings because of the attitudes towards Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. How do i get out of this rut and start doing something that will actually help? Im on no medication at all and i am definitely not going back on anti depressants.What can i do about nausea, headaches, flatulence, constipation, muscle aches, catarrh and last but definitely not least, fatigue?