I haven't posted on here in a while, because I've kind of had to learn to suffer quietly until I have my baby(which is due any day now!!)But I applied for disability about 2 years ago, and was denied 3x's now I have an attorney and it's set to go to court, well since my pregnancy I haven't been able to see my general doctor or a rhummy because none of them have anything they can or will do with me because I am pregnant, so I've just seen my ob doctor(who doesn't beleive in fibromyalgia) My attorney didn't seem to happy about this and almost made me feel guilty for getting pregnant, is there some kind of invisible rule that you aren't allowed to have children if you are disabled? And is there ever a time that I should feel guilty about the fact that I'm only 25 and able and willing to have children, the pregnancy was hard and painful enough, now I fear I will be denied disability again,what can I do?
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