Is it necessary to see a nurologist after the Dr says they are sure you have Fibro? Hubby thinks it is a waste of money. But then he isn't supportive in any way at all right now. I had 14 of 18 tender ponts. Rh was fine, kidneys fine electolites fine liver fine sugar 75 ANA normal etc. Are there any other things I shoould ask the New Dr about? I saw a different doctor for 20 years and didn't feel as comfortable as with this new one. Perhaps because she is female. I gave her a written list (so I'd remember to ask) of things I have trouble with so she would know my history. She actually put them in the medical file instead of handing it back as the old Drs did!! She diagnosed Fibromyalgia. Another member of a pain support group I joined after a car accident suggested I ask about disability. I didn't think I qualified but after a lawyer came to speak to our group I am wondering. Hubby wants me to pursue it.I don't know if I qualify and I don't know if the old Dr would back that up. The new Dr has my records but doesn't know me yet. This new Dr tells me alot of my "complaints" are text book sides of Fibro. How do I know if I should fight for the disability or try and go back to work someplace. I know I can not do what I did before. The last six months I worked displayed that for me. Preschool work is out, standing long out, sitting long out and walking for distances is kind of a one step at a time type of thing. Sometimes I am stable on my feet and the next step may not be.