So find a rheumatologist - preferably one associated with a university medical center. Read up on the current medications like Lyrica
, Cymbalta, Ultram, etc. and call your insurance company to see if they will be covered by your health insurance. By the way, the drug companies do offer cards that will reduce your prescription price at the pharmacy. Regardless of sleep apnea testing or not, focus on developing good sleep habits. (That was my number one "self-improvement" decision.