Hi everyone, I’m keen to know if any forum members have knowledge – or personal experience – of the role of peripheral nervous system tests in ME/CFS diagnosis and in symptom-specific treatments (examples: electromyography and nerve conduction studies; skin biopsy to evaluate epidermal nerve fibre density; thermoregulatory sweat tests). I have fibromyalgia and mild/moderate CFS: allodynia is the most debilitating of the symptoms – pain and swelling (e.g., face and sinuses) caused by wind or air conditioning forces me indoors most of the time. As such, although I’m generally wary of seeing doctors after years of managing this illness, I’m eager in principle to dig deeper into the neuropathic pain angle (if nothing else to determine whether any treatments are available to soften the allodynia symptoms a little). I’m grateful in advance for any thoughts on which tests might be helpful, and also on any neurology specialists/neurology units based in the UK which might be familiar with FM, ME/CFS and the role allodynia can play as part of the symptom picture. I’m new to this forum and forums generally, so apologies if this thread is in the wrong place. Thanks.