I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia by at least three doctors. However, I do not have the typical symptoms of Fibromyalgia. I do not have eleven of the eighteen tender or trigger areas nor do I have pain in all four quarters of my body. Could this be an atypical type of Fibromyalgia or perhaps a mis-diagnosis? I do have many other symptoms including fatigue, unable to sleep, memory problems, etc., and of course, pain in many areas of my body. The lower back pain is the most severe. It's been about three years since I've been diagnosed. I also have other autoimmune diseases. Thanks. J.W.