I so I go family doc, treating me 2 years, referred me to rheum, has a confirmed diagnosis of FM. 10 days ago I spent $80 in cab fare to go to office with drafted letter (we're told docs are too busy to write their own letters, so draft for them.) I spend 2 days carefully writing, with correct medical terms, explaning what FM is, how it effects patient, particularly as it pertains to my writing work; cognitive ability is critical. Letter still hasn't arrived 11 days later so Monday am I insisted it be faxed; I'll use the original as backup. His letter is barely a paragraph that says he's my doc, treating me for FM-A NEUROLOGICAL CONDITION- "which makes it hard for me to work long days" and his 'recommendation' is that my work hours and work load be reduced to prevent futher acceleration. He told me he writes for a truck load of patients in banks, corporations etc and chuckled when glancing at the 3 pager I handed him. This was onlyl meant for accomodation, not disability...it just sounds so uninterested and form letterish....I guess I have to do the explanation presentation for the monsters myself, this docs letter won't satisfy them.