Sleep study was normal. Neurologist was pretty surprised, considering how much I sleep and how exhausted I still am all of the time. I guess that's why they call it Chronic Fatigue. Heh. EMG showed nothing new. Left ulnar nerve still an issue, only now it's showing signs of damage. He said to do therapy and recheck in 4 months. If worse, we'll do surgery. Personally, I think it's stable. He said if it starts tingling for more than 24 hours to let him know. I told him that it doesn't do that anymore; that it was doing that when I had it checked the first time. It does get tingly, but not for long periods of time and doesn't go completely numb like it used to. So, he's thinking it's stable, too, and that the other neurologist wasn't aggressive enough. I have zero muscle tone in the pinky and ring fingers on my left hand. So, no other neuropathy, no myopathy. No explanations for the stupid symptoms. Said the muscle weakness is probably from the fibro. Balance issues? He said if it was just a vestibular weakness like the audiologist said, that I'd be getting vertigo. I very rarely get that. I just start to tip over, or lose myself in space and walk into counters, walls, etc. He said he didn't know...and that I'm so young..... Lovely. I love going through more tests just to get no answers. This neurologist seems to be a good guy, though.