Shellbug - your best bet is going to be getting your records from where you were diagnosed. then either calling around to doctors offices accepted by your medical insurance and specifically asking how much experience they have with patients with FMS. OR calling your insurance company and asking them to find one for you. You may want to try the fibro board as well. Also, consider calling your old doctor and asking him to refer you to a good fibro doctor in your area.
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