I had my first injection of Hepapressin (with the B12 and other minerals) at Dr. Enlander's office in NYC the other day. I also took home my first bottle of Immunoprop. I'll be going back each week for the injection. My blood tests showed elevated antibodies to the HHV-6 virus in what looked like a reactivation to the virus, which, I understand, is common in CFS and FMS. I feel very hopeful with this doctor because prior to this I'd only been treated by rheumatologists who put me on sedating antidepressants and the horrible drug Vioxx. Anyhow, the doctor said it can take up to 8 weeks to feel some improvement. I have fibromyalgia, but Dr. Enlander said that I also seem to have chronic fatigue based on my symptoms (and I won't argue; I've just always tried to "ignore" that aspect so I can keep going). It was hard to get a reading of what Dr. Enlander was like at my very first visit because he was occupied taking an assessment of my symptoms (which have lasted for 21 years; I'm 33) and doing a thorough exam, which was good, I thought, but this second visit really left me with a great impression of him. I felt a genuine, deep concern and interest in treating people with CFS/FMS on his part. Anyhow, I've been wondering, if you have fibromyalgia and have received treatement by Dr. Enlander, HOW LONG did it take you to start to feel better? And do you have the take these injections and this Immunprop indefinitely -- i.e., for the rest of your life? I'd do it for the rest of my life if I needed to -- hell, it's already been 21 years.