I realize that you posted this on 8/20/2014, but I have been on an extended involuntary hiatus from this forum (i.e. I hurt too much to type and click.). I hope you don't mind me adding in my "two cents." All of the previous responders to your original post were dead-on. Unlike other support forums I have been on, this group of ladies and gentlemen have been just those: ladies and gentlemen. Now, like I said, I have been gone a while, so I may have missed some drama, but I have yet to encounter any.
First of all, as Seph said, breathe... and breathe again. I know this sounds a little hokey, but take time to take some slow, deep, cleansing breaths several times a day every day. This is important for several reasons, both physically and psychologically.
Secondly, know. Know that the pain and tenderness you feel is not "all in your head." Know that you are not "too young to be feeling like that." Know that you have some limitations, and accept them as your new way of life. Most of all, know that you are NOT alone. There are an estimated 2-5 million men, women and children from all walks of life diagnosed with this disease in the US alone, not to mention the countless others who have the symptoms but are yet to be diagnosed.
Thirdly, don't quit. Don't quit bugging your doctor until the two of you find the right kind of combination of meds that help treat your symptoms. If need be, don't quit looking for the right doctor/specialist who will help you to get on the right meds for you. Don't quit independently doing your own research on homeopathic or other alternate treatments, creams, diets, or therapies. Don't quit until you have found yourself a support system that helps you when you are down- either physically, emotionally or both. Whether it is a friend, coworker, family member, significant other, a forum like this, or a smattering of all the above, don't quit until you find a system that works for you.
And lastly, remember. Remember that you may have hurt terribly yesterday, but you are feeling a little better today, so it does get better. Remember that you are strong. Having the strength to bear this condition is not something that we often think about because of the limitations we have because of it. But having the strength of mind, strength of character, and strength of body to have all the symptoms we have and still find a reason to smile is a testament to us all. Most importantly, remember this condition does not define you, nor is it "bigger" than you. My doctor says that I have one of the worst cases of Fibro he has ever seen. There are days when no amount of pills, herbs, topical analgesics, etc, etc, etc can help me to even be able to get out of bed. There are days when thought of a massage hurts. There are days when I cannot stand to even have my clothes touching my body. But you know what? The pain is not bigger than me. I know this may also sound a little hokey, but I say that to myself all the time. "The pain is not bigger than me," over and over again. If you speak to and believe in a Higher Power, call on Him/Her for help. That helps me to feel like I am not alone in the pain at the very least.
I am glad you found this site, and I hope you find the treatment that helps you soon. ((Gentle Hugs))