Hello, I have seen a rhumatologist with many years of experience with CFS and fibromyalgia last week. Since I was diagnosed by a general practitioner, we wanted to confirm his diagnosis and possible get help with treatment. So my CFS was confirmed and on top he told me I had fibromyalgia after testing for the tender points. I think I had 14 or 16 of them. But I have no pain, except postural pain from not moving enough. He said I did have pain because I was weak in the leg and body and felt lactic acid in my muscles basically all the time. He said that is a form of pain, which to me is not. It doesn't hurt, it makes my muscles weak and numb after a few seconds. Do you think he could be right ?