Steve Rotima,You have an opinion, you don’t know. Your opinion may differ from that of your doctor. This doesn’t mean you’re right. It doesn’t mean you’re wrong either.
Many of the symptoms that characterize fibromyalgia are non-specific. This means the same symptoms will also be found in many other conditions. To arrive at a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, these other conditions have to be excluded through a diagnostic process.
Unless you have gone through the diagnostic process that is standard for fibromyalgia, you and your doctor do not know if you have fibromyalgia or not, no matter what your opinions happen to be.
The diagnostic process is outlined in the image below:
If your doctor is not prepared to have you under go the diagnostic process or able to provide a reasonable alternative diagnosis, request a second opinion from a rheumatologist or find another doctor.