SSDI and Fibromyalgia

Imagine a physical illness so debilitating that you’re unable to sleep, suffer extreme mood swings, and feel pain and tenderness throughout your body. Would you be able to work in such a condition?

Fibromyalgia is a mysterious illness that affects quality of life as well as ability to work, and an estimated 2% of the American population is affected. Those who suffer from this disorder find that working can be difficult if not impossible, and may seek SSDI benefits.

Who Has Fibromyalgia?


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