I have read that paraesthesias and dysathesias (strange skin sensations -) can occur with Fibromyalgia! To what extent does this happen? I was given a diagnosis originally 18 months ago of Peripheral Neuropathy based on the burning, prickling, strange feelings in lower legs which after a few weeks spread up my body, electrical currents sensations in feet, altered heat/cold sensations (thermal allodynia), very tight painful band feeling around ankles and stocking sensation (the feeling that you are wearing a fabric on legs when you aren't). EMG's & NCV's were negative. Small fibre neuropathy (SFN) was stated to be a likely cause......yet...... I had about 23 other symptoms develop all around that same time, August 2007 and most are still there. Many of these symptoms run parallel to Fibromyalgia symptoms. The overwhelming fatigue I had at that time has reduced significantly but that's about all. A Rheumatologist and an Endocrinologist have suggested that Fibro is my most likely diagnosis. Two other doctors disagree -they think we need to dig deeper! Allied with a possible Peripheral Neuropathy diagnosis I also at the same time developed thousands (30,000) of Fasciculations (muscle twitches) per day.....but I have also heard that these can co-exist with Fibromyalgia. In PN these are considered to be motor involvement of the peripheral nervous system. Now to top things off, I have in January this year been diagnosed with Gastroparesis (paralysed stomach), which is an Autonomic version of PN but I have also read that this can occur in Fibromyalgia, although not one of the more common symptoms!! I am quite confused and am wondering if ANYONE has all three - sensory/motor/autonomic neuropathic type symptoms along with squillions of other symptoms? If so, is it possible that we have some other disorder but because it all get's put into the 'too hard basket' to investigate further, we get given the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia? Any thoughts would be most appreciated!