Wow, is this discussion hitting home! I’m still in the early stages of figuring out what is wrong, even though I should be further along. I travel to Mayo in March and praying to gain some knowledge of what is causing my extreme fatigue, cognitive issues, and pain. I thinking knowing some of the “why’s” might help me get in a groove of a “new normal”. Over the past two years, my primary care has referred me to a neurologist, rheumatologist , and endocrinologist in search of answers. Tests galore and we have some possible small pieces of the puzzle, but mostly I’ve been going around in circles between the three specialists. I love the idea of the Spoon Theory! At this point, it’s just hard to know what my limits are since I really don’t know what’s wrong. I’m doing a lot of journaling to see if I can track triggers, but so far, there is no rhyme or reason. I’m looking forward to the trip to Rochester (can’t even imagine that level of medical care). As I’m sure other’s have faced, there is that little bit of fear that we still won’t have any answers.