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Nancy P
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Nancy P

New Member, Female, from Oregon

I have been diagnosed with neurogenic bladder connected to pinched nerve in back, which is very real. Can that be TMS? Jan 8, 2018

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  • My Story

    Having lived with chronic pain, 24 hours a day seven days a week, and finding no solution with doctors, surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, physical therapists, etc., I have reached out for a solution, and that is how I found this forum. The idea of TMS makes so much sense to me, and I have been reading “The Great Pain Deception,” which is further convincing me that TMS could be my solution. In just a few days, I have been trying to do more physically, putting aside my fear of the pain that may follow, and I’m actually feeling a sense of freedom after five years of being controlled by my body’s (brain’s) control over my life. I am hoping that I will find techniques here to lead me through this journey.
    1. Gigalos
      Gigalos
      Welcome Nancy,
      I see you posted a question in your profile post. To get responses to a question about your symptoms, it is generally better to post it in the 'general discussion' or the 'support' subforum.
      Hope you'll benefit from this forum, take care, Giga
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      2. Nancy P
        Nancy P
        Thanks Giga. I’ve been kind of stumbling around in here. I will repost.
        Jan 10, 2018
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    2. Nancy P
      Nancy P
      I have been diagnosed with neurogenic bladder connected to pinched nerve in back, which is very real. Can that be TMS?
    3. Nancy P
      Nancy P
      Hi everyone, I am new to the forum and new to the concept of TMS. I have been suffering from chronic lumbar pain and sciatica for five years
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Oregon
    Occupation:
    Retired court reporter
    Introduction:
    I have been in chronic pain for five years, have had numerous tests and MRIs, and docs are unsure why I am having such pain. It is lumbar spinal pain with severe sciatica and weakness in legs, as well as urological difficulties which I’ve been told are related to a possible pinched nerve in my back, although docs are not able to pinpoint where exactly it is pinched. I’ve been reading about TMS and wondered if it might help me.
    Diagnoses:
    Lumbar stenosis, DDD, disk herniation, bone spurs, neurogenic bladder
    Having lived with chronic pain, 24 hours a day seven days a week, and finding no solution with doctors, surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, physical therapists, etc., I have reached out for a solution, and that is how I found this forum. The idea of TMS makes so much sense to me, and I have been reading “The Great Pain Deception,” which is further convincing me that TMS could be my solution. In just a few days, I have been trying to do more physically, putting aside my fear of the pain that may follow, and I’m actually feeling a sense of freedom after five years of being controlled by my body’s (brain’s) control over my life. I am hoping that I will find techniques here to lead me through this journey.