Hi, Linchu, and welcome! I won't take Lyrica, Savella, or Cymbalta...just my personal choice but I do use ibuprofen with food, extra strength Tylenol, Malic Acid/Magnesium supplements, Vitamin D3 supplements, and a muscle relaxer to help with pain and fatigue. The muscle relaxer has really helped me with sleep, too. I would be up about every 1 1/2-2 hours all night long. Now I only get up once to use the bathroom. The extra rest has helped with my pain, too.
I also do gentle stretching exercises, gentle daily exercises like walking or swimming, and I pace myself. I also get a gentle massage once a month and it does help me. You do need to be sure that the massage therapist has been trained in massaging myofacial pain syndrome and fibro clients. Mine has. Gentle massage is the best. A deep massage would put me in bed. Here is a good link to hopefully find a good massage therapist in your area. To be a member of this organization, these therapists have to continue taking classes about all the various techniques for many illnesses. My massages cost $50 for an hour and $35 for a half an hour....and that is about what most massages therapists usually charge but yet these therapists have a lot of education behind them. Always ask if they have been trained in the area of myofascial pain and fibro before you set up an appointment.
You do need to keep moving with fibro, too. If you sit or lay too much you will be stiff as a board and have more pain.
Your last rheumatologist is correct in saying that this is a chronic condition and that you are basically treating symptoms. That's because doctors still are not positive what is causing fibro. It is now believed that it is a neurological problem but they haven't figured out why this is happening. You will need to try various things before you hit on what will help you keep your pain under control. We all go through this because what works for one doesn't necessarily work for another when it comes to fibro pain.
Be sure to read Fibro 101...the first thread on the forum. It is chocked full of good info about fibro and you will learn a lot there. Good starting links are called Symptoms, What Else Could It Be, and A Thorough Explanation of Fibromyalgia. You also will find links to gentle stretching exercises and the supplements I mentioned above. You just might see yourself there.
I'm looking forward to getting to know you better. Don't hesitate to ask questions because we are here to help you. Hope to hear more from you soon.