Hi, Cindy, and welcome! I've never had a test like that. I had the classic symptoms...pain in all four quandrants of the body, tender points, cognitive memory problems, etc. That test sure sounds uncomfortable and I'm sorry you had to go through it.
There are things that might help with your pain and fatigue, though. Of course there is medication. I only use ibuprofen with food and Tylenol. But there are some supplements that might help, too. One is vitamin D3. Many are deficient in this and it can cause pain and fatigue. The other is malic acid/magnesium supplements. I use magnesium malate that has both in it. We can be deficient in this, too. I know you have been directed to Fibro 101 and you will find links about these supplements and how they work in the body.
Another thing I take is a prescription muscle relaxer. This helps with pain, too, and has made a significant difference for me.
You need to keep searching to find what works best for you to control the pain. What works for one doesn't necessarily work for another so it's trial and error. Once you have that under control you can live a good life in spite of this illness.
Keeping a positive attitude does help a lot, too. I don't focus on things I can't do but focus on things I can do. I can do far more things than not. There is a link in Fibro 101 about maintaining a positive attitude when you have chronic pain. It's really good, too. Studies have shown that a positive attitude helps with pain and healing.
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.
Fibromyalgia, Crohn's Disease, Ostomy, Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease, Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Glaucoma, Scoliosis, Ankylosing Spondylitis
God does not give us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7