Often depression can cause pain, hence the visit to the psychiatrist to see if you are depressed. I think that is a way of ruling something out. I don't think that the doctor thought that you were crazy. And you don't have to be crazy to see a psychiatrist, just depressed. As I myself go.
It does sound like you have fibromyalgia. The best thing that you can do is continue moving around. Find a way to deal with the pain, be it medication or natural supplements. Some of us take a supplement called malic acid/magnesium. There is a thread about
it on the fibro101 thread. Also vitamin D3 helps a lot.
Drinking a lot of water is smart. I am glad that you do that. It helps lubricates the muscles. I am sorry that you have burning pain. It is horrible, I know. As you get use to it, it doesn't bother you as much. We all work on ways to distract from the pain. I know it seems hard, but once you get it under control, you will find it is possible.
Please do keep us posted on how you are doing. Being that it is the weekend, you might not get as many replies, but this forum is generally busy during the week. I hope that you feel better soon. Remember fibromyalgia waxes and wanes so you will have times with less pain.
Did the doctor give you a diagnosis? If not, you might want to look for a doctor that you know believes in fibromyalgia.
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