Does Social Security Recognize Fibromyalgia As A Disabling Disease?


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sandi dee answered
I got it the first time I went in front of the judge
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Yes, it does.  If applying for Disability, it's best to get an attorney with some experience with Fibromyalgia clients, and be prepared to be denied on the first try, but don't give up!
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No, they do not see this as a disability. I just went through this the last three years. They feel you can still manage the pain with treatment from a doctor, medication, and physical therapy. No one can get disability for pain is the way they explained it to me.
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sandi dee commented
Dont know where u are from, but in tn.if u have a long treatment of fibro and taking experimental drugs that cause long time effects and all the proof from a relable doctor they will give it to u.

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