Thank you all for your responses. It makes me feel better to know I'm not alone. I have a hard time at work because people think I look fine and they are sarcastic and snotty when they ask me why I wasn't at work. I just tell them I didn't feel well and let it go at that. One lady in particular says her sister has "it" and she doesn't have the problems I have.....on and on. I'm sure you've all heard the same things. I never know what to say. I feel like half a person somedays. I'm 51 years old and I feel like I've aged 10 years in the last six months. It's hard to keep my chin up but I try. What else can I do? If the healthy only knew how fortunate they are. I was really beginning to think there was something else wrong with me. I don't know how long I can keep on working but I have to try. Bills to pay you know and this illness isn't cheap. Yes, I take a zillion pills too. Somedays they seem to help and other days I'm just exhausted. As to whether they would cause eye dryness, I don't know. I know my vision has changed three times in the last year and my glasses prescription still isn't right. My vision is vital to my work. I work for an insurance company and it requires a lot of computer work, transcribing from notes etc. I find myself looking through my bi-focals to see what's on the computer screen, and I have to have the paper close enough to me to see what's on the paper. Sometimes my desk looks like the mouse trap game with all the gadgets to try and make things easier for me. At least the company cares and are trying there best to accomodate my needs. I will stay as long as I can. After that I don't know what will happen to me. Again, thanks for the acknowledgements and I'll keep monitoring the board for new ideas to help me cope.