I am going to discuss applying for SSDI when I have my next doctor's appointment. I have had the usual blood lab work and the tender point exam. I have FMS and CFS. My ATP levels have increased over the past several months and the fatigue has correspondingly decreased. However my pain averages a 7 on a daily basis even though I take Darvocet 4 times a day, Mirapex 3 times a day, and Lunesta at night. I also take ATP-20 which is what has helped my fatigue. My question is, for those of you who have been granted SSDI, were there any tests in particular you think helped document your case? I know there isn't a medically accepted test at this time, but I was just wondering what the SS folks are looking for in the way of documentation. I know my doctor's notes will be heavily weighted, I just want to know if there is anything additional I should ask to be tested for. I have elevated EBV, low NK cells, did have low ATP. I have had a sleep study that showed I was awake 28%, Stage 1 11.5%, Stage 2 64%, Stages 3&4 0%. This was before taking Lunesta. I am sleeping longer now, but still don't think I am getting much if any Stage 4 sleep. I had nerve conduction tests that showed mild to moderate carpel tunnel syndrome. Is all of this enough? I would appreciate any advice any of you can offer.