I can relate about the doctor's attitudes. My GP who sent me to the Rhemotologist, when I told him the Rhe. dx me with fms, he said "oh they dx everyone with that". No other explination of the symptoms I was complaining to him about for a couple of years. I switched doctors!
I also had a sleep study and now use an oral appliance for upper airway restrictive syndrome (like sleep apnea). It helps to a degree (I can drive to and from work without falling asleep driving, and I can pretty much make it through the day at work and work the whole time - which is better than how I was). But once I am home the fibro exhaustioin kicks in and I am shot for the evening.
I just want to go to one doctor to treat my whole person. Right now I go to a Rhem. for pain and gabepentin rx, the sleep doctor for sleep apnea, my gyn for some pain problems, and my regular GP for other stuff. But I really want one doctor to come up with a whole treatment plan to deal with it all together.
I try a new doctor in Sept. We'll see how it goes.