If MCS is considered to be an imaginary condition, then shouldn't solvent abuse also be considered an imaginary condition since both involve exposure to (ie breathing in) the same chemicals and many of the same symptoms after exposure? Should not those who believe that they get a high after huffing or sniffing chemicals be told that they are just imagining the effects of said drugs?
Either both are real (ie due to chemical exposure) or neither are real. Your choice. 184.108.40.206 18:17, November 2, 2009 (UTC)