P.S.---CFS, Fibromyalgia and meningitis-type symptoms are subsets of potential Lyme symptoms. Lyme has been called "the great imitator". When tested properly in at least two Lyme studies I am aware of, 40-90% of the CFS and Fibromyalgia participants tested positive for Lyme.
You sound EXACTLY like me before I got diagnosed---including all the negative test results and no soreness. Hearing a test came back "normal" just about drove me crazy. Lyme can cause adrenal problems which is why it is hard to get out of bed and you feel exhausted and unable to accomplish nearly as much as you'd like. I felt lazy too and I know exactly what you mean about the adrenaline rush. I bet you feel especially tired as soon as "the rush" is over. You may feel your best in the evening or late night.
I'm not saying you have Lyme, just PLEASE be sure that you don't. You have to be tested properly if it is chronic to detect it. It took me years to finally get diagnosed. I'll be happy to give you specifics if you're interested.
Post Edited (KCLyme) : 7/11/2006 2:47:36 AM (GMT-6)