Because of endometriosis, I haven't been employed full time for over a year. I want to work but I can't. In a month's time I may have 5 or 6 days of being able to carry on with daily activities and walking around without doubling over in pain. I can not sleep and I am tired all of the time. Thusly, I have decided to apply for disability benefits. Considering the trouble that I had with getting doctors to recognize what I was going through, I anticipate that I will have even more to prove with the good folks at Social Security. Does anyone know how likely it is that I will get benefits?
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