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social security disability.Someone told me if you were over 55 yrs old and had fibromyalgia, that you were automatically eligible for social security disability. Is this true?

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I don't believe you are ever "automatically" eligible for Social Security disability. There is a process that must be followed by anyone seeking this benefit. You can go to this website to start the application process:

http://www.socialsecurity.gov/applyfordisability/

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