I've found it best to approach drs without a diagnosis in mind. Let them use their expertise, education, and experience to figure it out. Some of the things you listed are not symptoms, but diagnosis. Like "IBS", "Chronic Fatigue" and "Asthma" -- if they've been diagnosed by a doctor say "My ___ dr diagnosed ___ in _date_. Otherwise, stick to symptoms, like -- "I always feel tired, even when I first wake up from an 8 hour sleep".
A decent rheumy will have you fill out a fairly extensive symptom form ahead of the appointment and review it with you. And dr, anywhere, that doesn't look at any evidence (did he even examine you?) and yet draws a conclusion is not worth the time you spent there.
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