What does having polymyalgia rheumatica mean?

Many aches and pain. The definition is many muscles and joint pain. Polymyalgia rheumatica is an inflammatory arthritic disease that affects patients above 50 years old. It is associated with shoulder, upper arm (muscles), hip, upper leg (muscles) pain and stiffness. It can be associated with fevers and weight loss. True weakness comes from the pain and stiffness of the muscles and joints.
Feeling weak, but no. It is a condition in which the person is fatigued, may have fever, feels weak and has an elevated sedimentation rate.