Symptoms of CFS include persistent flu-like symptoms that do not subside after several days or weeks. Specifically, patients can experience loss of memory or concentration, soar throat, painful and enlarged lymph nodes in neck or armpits among other symptoms.
Sometimes back pain is not strictly related to spinal structures. Sometimes back pain comes from other places, specifically internal organs. In a process called referred pain, internal organs can send pain signals to other parts of the body. For example, when someone is experiencing a heart attack, the left arm may ache. Nothing is wrong with the…