I went to see my rheumatologist because I was having pain everywhere. After the visit I got a copy of his notes. His note says "My impression and Plan: Fibromylagia - She continues to hurt and is unable to function in spite of a very aggressive regimen. I think she has significant associated depression limiting her function. She is on a Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor - Effexor and has been on Cymbalta in the past. She has been on Neuronton and now Lyrica and doesn't feel that either has helped. She has been on Zanaflex. Today I have nothing to add. I did ask her to start withdrawing the Lyrica 1 pill/week and see if she misses it. She is asking about a functional capacity evaluation. I would favor that she be sent to Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy for that. She has tenderness in her shoulders, elbows, hips, knees and right thumb MCP with bony hypertrophy and decreased range of motion. After reading this, I was sort of taken back by the statement that I have very aggressive depression limiting my function. FM is depressing, but I don't think my depression is limiting my function. I can't even water my flowers without my lower back hurting. Does anyone read this note the same way as I do?