I would maybe do a musculosceletal one and a 'other body systems' one-
and I would , 'just in case', also print out and take some reputable info about HMS like this onehttp://www.dwp.gov.uk/publications/spec ... -syndrome/
so if they appear not to know anything about HMS, or look at you like "why do you bring in a list of non musculosceletal probs to a msc team, you weirdo ????" (which pity enough wouldnt surprise me at all
)- you can say something like " my spinal specialist mentioned the possibility of my probs being hypermobility related- and this DWP info on Hypermobility syndrome seems to fit (you can then show them the fitting of the probs you have listed and probs that come with HMS)- do you think it could be this? are you the appropriate peops who can possibly dx this? "
oh re occy health- they should (sigh...) really take your various health probs into consideration- dx or not- dla does... maybe you could show them the list of probs and the DWP info too and explain that you are currently trying to get dx but that this is not that easy as this is not yet a very well known condition (proof of this is the mention of it being underdiagnosed in the DWP info)
good luck!!! fingers crossed the dwp info will not be necessary and the musculosceletal clinic knows all about HMS!
oh... and I would do the time line "backwards'- start with current probs/probs in the last few years- and try to keep it as short as poss - so do a "bullet point list" rather than 'full text/letter'