Hello~Your symptoms certainly do point towards fibromyalgia. The criteria for having it is, the pains must have been with you for at least 3 months, there are 11 trigger points that will hurt when pressed, and other illnesses such as arthritis and MS, etc, should be ruled out as they can mimic Fibro and Fibro can mimic them.
Unfortunately, so many doctors are like yours, they don't take this seriously.
As is said, however, your symptoms do sound fibro related and/or chronic fatigue syndrome, this is very similar to fibro, but again, the doctor would need to test you for that one, it is done by a simple blood test.
I suggest maybe seeing another doctor if you are able, and, also, see a chiropractor. They can help with fibro issues as well. They will take some x-rays, go over them with you, take your history and then give you a adjustment. You should start to feel some improvement after a few treatments. If the chiropractor doesn't think they can help, they will certainly refer you to a doctor that will be knowledgeable in those areas.
I hope you feel better soon.
I have had fibromyalgia diagnosed for over 11 years. There are treatments that help improve quality of daily life for sure, including medication. Medicines such as Lyrica and Gabapentin (both I’m allergic to) are helpful and so is topomax. Anti-depressants help in multiple ways, help fight depression from having the disease, help with intestinal issues linked to fibromyalgia, can help with lack of sleep, and can help with nerve pain. Acupuncture, chiropractic care, and water aquatic therapy all help. I’ve purchased a hot tub with my RX for water therapy and wrote it off on my taxes. I can’t trll you how beneficial it is! Especially because I’m allergic to lots of medicines and I’m currently breastfeeding so I’m limited on what meds I can take anyway. As soon as I’m done nursing I’m going to get on Topomax. I also get Botox for my migraines and neck pain. There’s lots of help out there , the key is finding the right physician to help you and listen. The worst thing I’ve found is when no one listens or believes me.