My joints have excruciating pain. When I bend my knees and elbows it is more intense. My RA test is fine.

Get it checked out. There are many other causes of joint pain besides rheumatoid arthritis. And not everyone with RA has a positive test. If this pain is persisting you need further evaluation. You may need to see a rheumatologis to find out what is causing your pain. Diagnosis of some types of arthritis takes time and repeated lab tests.

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Possibly. Fibromyalgia is a syndrome with a constellation of symptoms including widespread myofascial (muscle pain), depression, and poor sleep. Patients benefit from routine exercise, medication, and biofeedback. Medications such as lyrica, cymbalta, and savella (milnacipran) are all indicated in treatment. Elavil, flexeril, and anti inflammatories have also been used with varying degrees of success. Read more...
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