We went to my daughter's neurologist today to get the results of her sleep study. Bottom line: no apnea incidents, no narcolepsy. Her sleep stage levels were all within range: low on stage 1, high on stage 2, low on stage 3/4 and low on REM. Still, all were within acceptable ranges, as the neurologist explained. When we got there, my daughter mentioned to the nurse that her back hurt (it always hurts, of course, but today was a pretty good day). So when they neurologist came in, she said: "So what's this about your back hurting?" I've got laryngitis today, so I wasn't speaking well, so my daughter piped up: "Well, I've got fibromyalgia, duh!". Now, the neurologist definitely should know this...this was recorded on their intact form as the reason for the consultation, plus, I really took the neurologist to task at the last appt because she starting talking about she thought the only thing wrong with my daughter was "delayed sleep syndrome" so I asked her if she knew anything about fibromyalgia, at which time she admitted she didn't ("I'm just a neurologist" I believe, was her response.) Ok...well, at least we learned something, and can cross sleep disorders off this list of possible alternate causes. My daughter has been ranting ever since, however, about the waste of time, 24 hour sleep study, appointments, etc, to be told essentially "well, everything looks normal to me." It gets old after a while. Well, just wanted to rant, thanks!