When you get fibromyalgia, great pain and fatigue may deprive you of normal work. Fortunately, it is possible to go on disability for fibromyalgia but the application process can be lengthy.
As defined by the Social Security disability regulations: “disability” is the inability to do any substantial gainful activity due to your medical or mental problem. In addition, your condition must affect basic work-related activities. If it doesn't, your claim won't be considered.
The qualification for disability needs the proof of a severe impairment. Also, you need to prove that the impairment limits your physical or mental ability to do work.
If you are afraid that your application may not be approved, you can seek help from an attorney. And it will increase your possibility of success.
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