Hi all! I just have one question: why is depression diagnosed so often and it has NO DEFINITE TEST for it either? They give this diagnosis out to everyone who cries in their office and they are extremely willing to write LOTS of prescriptions for it. Why is depression recognized by what seems like every doctor, but these same doctors don't recognize fibro/CFS? Is it because they can give us medication that doesn't really take effect for almost 6 weeks and don't have to worry about us until then? It seems to me that most doctors have "selective" diagnosis of conditions or syndromes? Anybody else agree?