My state disability just ran out. I went to the Dept. of Rehabilitaion not even knowing how they could help me and while waiting for my first visit and their orientation group meeting, I waited in my seat apprehensively. A rep. came up to me as I was the last person to get up to go to this conference room and she asked me why I was hesitating. I told her I had extreme anxiety problems and didn't think I could get through the orientation. This "angel" took me to a seperate office and asked me to be more specific about my medical condition. I told her that starting one year ago after working all my 54 years that I got a flu, fainted at home, fell full face on my face and nose on a hard surface, crushed and broke my septum, knocked myself out with a weeks worth of bleeding and went to the hospital with this and low electrolytes, low blood cell count, flu, fever, you name it. I told her about getting "worse!" after I was given a 7 day course of an antibiotic called Levaquin starting that first night in the ER for the head injury. How I fainted in the car going home 1/2 hour after taking my first 2 Levaquin tablets in the ER. I told her how since that first week I have incredible symptoms such as unbalanced feeling, weak legs and arms, very sore and weak knees and ankles and pain in all my muscles ( tendonitis.) And so many other horrible symptoms ...including nervousness to the point of panic attacks, shaking, tremors, vision instantly worse than before, depression, and so many other things like torn rotator cuff, fractured vertebrae. I told her I had gone to our local ER 15 times in this last year because of these feelings and weakness like I was going to pass out. I told her that I was hospitalized in April due to an extreme reaction to a new stomach flu ( I was in a very weakened state already, couldn't stop vomiting ) and passed out in a wheel chair waiting for an X-ray in the hospital. That I had a 3 and 1/2 second pause in my heart beat that night in the cardiac wing and how I had brady cardia into the high thirties for months. How I lost 35 pounds in 3 months from not being able to eat due to hirrfic intestinal pain and actually "body shock" when I ate! I would get so weak I couldn't lift my arms and was having difficulty breathing and would feel faint for hours...all day many times. She asked me if anyone had told me to file for SSDI and I told her no...in fact when I mentioned this to a few main doctors they said no way would they sign for something like this. She was angry. She said that I was to call and start the process immediately, which I did. I have my first telephone interview this next week. I don't have one doctor who will sign for me...so I don't know what to do except tell the SS people about all my records. I have a psychiatrist and therapist who have diagnosed extreme anxity and post traumatic stress and depression. Been seeing them for most of the past year also. Still see therapist once a week. Therapist is a dcotor of Psychotherapy. She also says she would never sign for SSDI. Wish me luck. Any advice?