My brain is fuzzy and spinning with questions. These may already be answered somewhere else but if you don't mind... If/when I apply, I should be mentioning ALL my health conditions? I think I read that somewhere but I am worried they will be like "why aren't you following doctor's orders"? Like for example, I get migraines and my Dr wants me to take B2 or B3 (or I forget which right now). So won't they be like why aren't you taking it? If I don't list it as something I am currently taking. Or the opposite-- there is one drug I take where everyone is like, why are you taking that!? From doctors who don't understand, but for me it's about the only thing I found that helps a bit, and one doc understands I need it. Or another example is I am prescribed a CPAP, but honestly no I don't use it. I did try some and should try more, but I am just... not taking care of myself well. Partly because of my brain fog and ADHD. Won't they just think that other simple interventions can make me be able to work? Sorta like... why doesnt she just try an anti-depressant and see if she can work a job then. It seems like it's easier to get SSDI with a Fibro diagnosis than a CFS diagnosis? I do have both so I guess I can say both. I don't remember my other questions right now :worried: I have read some of those sticky links, I need to read them more. I guess it's all just worrisome because of symptoms that are unexplained, treatments that I gave up on, leads I didn't follow up on, conditions that are not taken seriously by docs, etc. They think my food issues are mild, but they are causing me big problems, but I can't afford the energy and money to eat gluten-free and eat organic.