Ra tests all negative emg and nerve test negative also pain in neck shpulder blades elbows wrists knees and ankles could it be possible fibromyalgia?

Yes. If you have soft tissue trigger point tenderness, chronic fatigue and disrupted sleep then it may be fm. See a rheumatologist in any event for a proper diagnosis.
Most likely. From what you describe it may indeed be fibromyalgia. See your doctor for tests and treatment. Wishing you the best.
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.

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