Sorry for the long email, I am also going to blog this, I need to get it off my chest (and wont be using guiaifenesin for it!)
I was reading fibrofix.com and some of the comments Anne has left on this website that are very misleading and have no basis of scientific fact, there are no obvious journal links or studies etc, and there are adverts on there too (whether she receives payment for those adverts I don't know, or care.)
It saddens me, the state of this world when people suffer and there is always someone trying to make money from it. People with FMS are often let down by the health services and people become so desperate they will try anything, and it's this preying on vunerable people (like theGuaifenesin that has been proven to be no better than a placebo when it comes to treating FMS) that really makes me angry, I want to stand up for people but feel a bit useless and lost with it all.
If you can get hold of a copy of Ben Goldacre's Bad Science, or visit his website www.badscience.com (I think) The book helpfully explains how fair tests are done. It opened my eyes. Being a newbie scientist I feel it's my job to make sure that truthful answers are given and how science (and pseudoscience) relates to people with FMS. I'm honing my skills to kick the asses of people who make false claims and raise the consciousnesseseses(!) of people who believe these claims because they don't have all the information.