Unfortunately, you'll have to appeal again. Hopefully, you'll get a different judge next time.
You mentioned in another post that your doc should be given more weight than the SS doc. Do you you only have 1 docs opinion? I'd suggest getting additional opinions. You want overwhelming evidence.
I'd also consider using your local Voc Rehab Services. They'll determine if they can train you for a job and send you to their own docs as well. This would certainly be creditable documentation if you're too severely disabled for any type of job.
I know in my case I had discussed many of my issues with my doc but they didn't necessarily get documented, nor did I pinpoint how they needed to be documented. If you post more concrete info once you get the denial, perhaps someone can be of help. I found my attorney was incredibly lazy, and his responses were incredibly generic. I could have found a better attorney, but ended up representing myself. While it took longer since I had a learning curve, I actually had some advantages in the process. If I had to do it over I would hire an ex SS employee (non attorney Rep) and learn the system as well.
You're going to have to plan at least another year of no income, though. This might mean asking family for help, having your wife pickup a small side job, getting food stamps, selling stuff on EBay, renting out a room, selling a 2nd vehicle, etc. It is a miserable reality, but hopefully this is a temporary situation. If you have any debt, call and make arrangements to have payments halted temporarily...