.. that I was in my forties when I developed M.E., although it may have been starting in my late thirties. At least I had plenty of living under my belt first.
But there are so many, like this young man, who develop it when they are much younger:
SEVEN years ago, Matthew Jesmontowicz-Hill was like any other
young man. He had a job he liked, good career prospects and
in his spare time played in a band.But all that changed with a
bout of glandular fever. Like thousands of other teenagers, he
was struck down by the virus at the age of 19.
Matthew didn't bounce back though – for months afterwards he
felt terrible. It was only after two years that he was finally
diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or ME. ::read more