Ok, so I have the classic "moving around symptoms." Two months I had pain in my testes. I convinced myself that I had TMS and the pain went away. Then I had bad insomnia. I went through the TMS structured program on this wiki for one week, and the insomnia is pretty much gone. Now I have annoying pressure in my ears, what seems like a sinus infection. What's ridiculous is this is obviously another TMS equivalent, but part of me still doesn't believe it. Part of me says, "what if this is a horrible tooth infection...after all when's the last time you've been to the dentist? There's a good chance you might have to live with this uncomfortable condition for the rest of your life, blah, blah, blah..." It's like TMS finds the most vulnerable place to attack. I have anxiety about the dentist, so boom weird pain in my head that I can connect to possible teeth neglect. I always ask myself "but what if it ISN'T TMS this time?" The rational answer is of course, just treat it like it is. If after a few weeks the symptoms don't abate, go to the doctor. However, the last thing I want to do is jump to the doctor's office every time I get a new symptom "just to be sure." Ok, so I'm not sure I don't have a real problem with my current ear pain. However, I AM sure that I have TMS. So the logical thing is to treat these shifting symptoms as if they are TMS.