So to those who aren't familiar with what I am asking, an exception is something we fill out in an evidence sheet to prove to ourselves that it can't be structural because...etc etc etc. For example: A big piece of evidence for me was the fact that one day I had terrible nerve pain in my butt and legs and yet I began to have a headache which turned into a migraine, after awhile of being in this head pounding state I realized that I was laying in a position that I could not normally lay in without having tons of burning and numbness in my legs and hips. But there I was laying in this position and hadn't even noticed it for awhile. Nothing structurally changed, yet my nerve pain went down drastically. Later that day I went to force myself to eat something (was feeling nauseous too), and my migraine slowly started to ease up, BUT! my nerve pain started to amplify! Talk about a symptom shift! This provided me with more proof, or evidence, that there is nothing really structurally wrong with me. How could I really have nerve damage if my pain went down so dramatically and quickly when I was in a distracted state? If my legs had just been previously broken the pain would definitely still be in the legs regardless of having a migraine or not. So, I thought I'd turn it into an "evidence potluck," share your best evidences if you feel comfortable sharing!