I'm about ready to begin the SSDI application and I realize, what the heck is my *true* diagnosis. Sure, i've had fractures, multiple surgeries, unlimited tests and procedures and live in constant pain - but what is *wrong* with me. I dont know that "back pain" is descriptive enough. All this time, I'm just doing what I can do to survive and half the time I go to the doctor (no, more like all the time), I'm on narcotics so what is discussed there is cloudy in my mind as soon as I leave. I dont have anything in writing that lists what I'm actually diagnosed with. What do I put on the application?
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