Ok, so here I am after 22 months of unexplained neurological symptoms, I have nowhere else to turn except to pursue that what I am dealing with is part of a MBS. While I was pregnant with my daughter, two years ago, I lost a couple of family members to sudden illness and started to experience some severe anxiety about my own health. I gave birth to a healthy baby girl, but shortly after I started to experience full body pain, constant headaches and bizarre neurological symptoms. I was referred to a neurologist who ruled out lupus, RA and many other things via blood work, with the exception of severely low vitamin D. I was also given a brain and cervical spine MRI to test for Multiple Sclerosis, which came back clear. After 8 weeks on RX vitamin D supplements the full body pain subsided, but I continued to have the strange neurological issues. For the past 22 months I have had vibrating, buzzing, throbbing, pins and needles, tingling, electrical shocks, electrical current and creepy-crawly sensations in my left leg starting in my hip. The focal point seems to be my left hip, however sometimes the sensations radiate upward on the left side of my spine and into my left arm. I also have quite a bit of muscle twitching, however it doesn't bother me near as much as some of the other symptoms. As long as I am physically active, these things bother me less, however they are still present. Some things come and go, but the pain/vibrating in my left hip is with me 24/7 and will sometimes wake me from sleep. I haven't slept for more than 4 hours at night in more than 6 months. So many days I feel like I am being physically and emotionally tortured and it feels unbearable. I push through each day so that I can be here for my daughter and husband, but it is so exhausting to live this way. I've gone through 7 months of psychotherapy and uncovered some of my core fears and anxiety, however the physical symptoms continue. I'm not entirely convinced that this is where I belong, but I am at my wit's end and have no other options to pursue. With my childhood background, it is entirely possible that TMS is to blame, but again it is difficult to believe that your mind can cause such immense physical discomfort. Thanks for listening! I'm looking forward to learning as much as I can from this site/forum!