I have been doing very well for the past 6 weeks or so, at least as far as my fibro pain goes. I have had moments here and there were I have hurt, but nothing that has had me bed ridden as it has in the past. I was just standing at the kitchen sink peeling a cucumber and my left leg, from the knee down, suddenly had extreme pain and buckled under me. I grabbed the stove handle and was able to catch myself and didn't fall to the ground, but now my left leg, all the way to the hip, is throbbing with a new never felt before pain. It feels like my usual fibro pain with lighting bolts of pain intermingled with the feeling of being stabbed w/an ice pick. The rest of my body has had a fibro pain ranging b/w 4-6 today and yesterday, which is a spike from the average 0-4 that I have been having since my med changes. I think a great deal of my full body spike is from sitting in front of the computer working on school work for the past 2 days and sitting for 2 hours on hard bleachers watching my son's karate yesterday. Any idea what this is or how to alleviate it? Has anyone else ever felt this?