She sounds very thorough. For a diagnosis of Fibro, you need to have other illnesses with many of the same symptoms as fibro...like lupus and Lyme disease..ruled out first. You also have to have pain in all four quadrants of your body for three or four months. Fibro affects the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Many of us have cognitive memory problems too. If you are not experiencing the pain, which is the hallmark of Fibro, you most likely don't have fibro.
Nevertheless, your doctor sounds good. If anything shows on your most recent blood work I'm sure the office will contact you.
Your rash...it could be from the antibiotic. I used to be able to take amoxicillin but then I developed a itchy pink rash and the doctor said I had developed an allergy to amoxicillin, which isn't t that rare actually. If it continues, get it checked out. You may have to stop what you are taking.
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