Lori, welcome the the forum!! We're you diagnosed previously as having fibro? I was diagnosed with fibro by a rheumatologist but that changed when I saw a PM doctor. I never thought I had it either, it just didn't fit my problems. I do have osteoarthritis and DDD. When you have arthritis of the spine you tend to develop osteopytes or bone spurs either on the vertebra or the facet joints that are the things that stick out on the vertebra (you'll see what I mean if you search for these on the web). Unlike most people anti-inflammatories such as naproxen don't help me much. The neurontin (generic is gabapentin) is for nerve pain. I take this and it does help in my cervical area alot. The Ultram (generic is tramadol) is a non-narcotic pain med, I took this for quite awhile with good results until my condition surpassed it. Hope this helps some but you and your doctor will have to work together to see what works best for you. We're all different and meds that help some will be worthless to others.
Have you had x-rays or MRI's done to check for the reasons for your pain? Also, have they done any blood work to rule out rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, lyme disease or other auto-immune ( I think it is auto-immune I'm trying so say) problems? Anyway, good luck and search the web for osteoarthris. There is alot of information out there to help you too.
DDD, osteoarthritis, fusion surgeries C-5/7 & L-4/5 both in 2006, torn meniscus left knee 2000 & 2002, buldging disc L-2/3