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Hi, You are most likely to be suffering from Fibromyalgia Syndrome. This is a condition when there is severe and non-specific pain all over the body.
There are certain diagnostic criteria for Fibromyalgia. This consists of both symptoms, the complaints of the patient, and signs, the points elicited by the doctor. these are: Pain symptomalogy: widespread pain for at least three months. Signs of Tenderness: Tenderness in at least 11 of the 18 defined points. If you meet both these criteria, you will be most likely to have Fibromyalgia syndrome. See here for an excellent description of how FMS is diagnosed and treated. The other conditions which might present similarly are:
These can be differentiated by the doctor, although they may present in a similar manner superficially. You need to consult your doctor over these diagnoses and discuss the tests you will need to rule them out. Two important ways in which to combat this are: Maintaining a positive attitude: see here. Exercise: see here. With a proper effort, FMS can be cured. I hope this answer was helpful. If you need more information, feel free to ask. For accepting this answer, please click on the green 'accept' button below. Feedback/Bonus will be warmly appreciated.