List of symptoms in ME CFS/ICC/Pediatric

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Children and teenagers have the same diagnostic criteria for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis as those used for adults.

Symptoms may progress more slowly in children than in teenagers or adults. In addition to post-exertional neuroimmune exhaustion, the most prominent symptoms tend to be neurological: headaches, cognitive impairments, and sleep disturbances.

Note: Fluctuation and severity hierarchy of numerous prominent symptoms tend to vary rapidly and dramatically. [1]

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