I see on other post where people with fibro has different types of pain at different times of the day or week, on different parts of the body at different levels. This is a hard one to explain to a "normal", or an unsick person, including doctors and our own families... How do ya'll put it in words and explain the pain. I know they call this a mysterious disease, but our pain is that way also. Even as I hear myself talking about this it sounds crazy, but unfortunately, it's an everyday reality for a lot of us.... My pain can ache all over. My pain can shoot stabbing sharp pain in the knees or elbows for example. And then there's a different type of pain in my neck, shoulders, and upper back and that's where the most severe pain lies. My legs can feel like there's a tight rubber band around it cutting off the circulation, so that's another different kind of pain. That's to just name some. Do ya'll experience anything like this or is it just me and a couple of other posts I've read of people with the same experience?