First I would second Ironman and say get a second opinion. It can be diagnosed purely because you have chronic pain with no other logical/medical explanation that the Dr can find. I'm not saying it's wrong, it just may be worth getting second opinion.
Today, I talked to doctor for 30 min and he was saying that he misunderstood the condition with hypovitaminosis D and should have been treated earlier.
Doctor was saying, In some people pain is very severe that they cannot even walk. He said i am physically very active and i will be able to do all my activities alone.
In a line Doctor was saying nothing to be afraid of but asked me to take Lyrica twice a day.
When i asked again and again regarding Fibromyalgia he said he talked to Spine surgeon and the pain is solely because of muscles not of bones.
He said my bones and joints are perfect.
-If you're under mega stress, which is highly linked with this, then you need to think about managing stress better.
I am planning to do meditation for this.
This is the basis for modern physiotherapy. You need someone who will not only assess and diagnose the pain, but also assess your movement. You may have a better chance of that in the US.
I am planning to go for physiotherapy for few weeks in U.S.
Tons of thanks to Kpj, for looking into my post and explaining everything. If you are from U.S., I will try my best to meet you.
Thanks Ironman,Jungledoc for your valuable feedback.
Landing in U.S. on Sunday evening