hi there, welcome to the forum
a good first step might be to get your doc up to speed.
if you start keeping a very concise daily journal of symptoms so that your doc can get a sense of a week in your life by glancing over a short single-page list, that might help.
at the bottom of that page you could include a brief section on less frequent symptoms you have experienced over the course of months or years.
to help keep this reference concise, I would suggest grouping symptoms together under headings like so (I've tried to categorize your list in a logical way):
pain (headache, eyes, jaw, ears, teeth, ribs, arms, feet),
tension/cramps (neck, shoulders, back, calves),
numbness (left fingers, hand, arm, hips, toes) and tingling/crawling sensation (scalp, legs)
general fatigue(?) itching, twitching
in general it can also help to write down all your questions and info for the doc so that you arrive at appointments with a sort of meeting agenda. if you take two copies, you can give one to the doc and take notes on the other if needed.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com