Hi All, Such a long story, but I'll try to be brief. Four years ago, I was a very active single guy at 44 when I was struck by a mysterious "illness" after never be sick my entire adult life. Started having pain behind my right shoulder - nerve type. Within a month of that, I started having night sweats, dizziness, etc. Then the pain spread to my neck and accompanied numbness and Carpel/Cubital tunnel like pain in my arms. Crazy fatigue for the better part of two months where I could barely make it to the couch. Then, the same type of pain spread to my legs with strange prickly, numbness, stiffness, etc. Then muscle twitching started body wide. Pretty much neck to my toes within 3-4 months. I've been medicalized to death with no real concrete answers. One Doctor speculated it could be ALS early on as he saw the fasciculations and thought he noticed atrophy in my triceps. This sent me into a complete meltdown, even after the Mayo Clinic had taken it off the table a few weeks after. I didn't sleep for weeks prior to my Mayo visit to determine if I had ALS. They thought it was Small Fiber Neuropathy but then they walked that back 2 years later. So what I'm left with 4 years later: Medical Diagnosis (Mayo, Stanford and others) 1. Central Sensitation (Mayo) 2. Raynauds Syndrome 3. Fibromyalgia (Stanford) 4. Tension Myalgia (Mayo) 5. Lyme disease (Lyme Literate doctor(s) - Mayo says I don't have it) 6. Benign Fascicualtion Syndrome (Mayo) 7. Degenerative Disc Disease Ongoing Symptoms 1. Horrible Neck pain/tension 2. Horrible Neuropathy type leg pain and stiffness which makes it difficult to walk (Neuropathy was taken off the table by Mayo - I've had 3 EMG/s and Nerve conduction studies. 3. When I walk, my right leg seems to hesitate during my gait, like it gets stuck. Feels like I'm going to trip. This gets better the longer I go. 4. Muscle Twitching - body wide 5. Tinittus 6. Countless other strange sensations and symptoms - probably approaching 20. I know this doesn't sound like the typical TMS case, but wanted to get your thoughts on if this could be TMS? Just can't believe my life has come to this. I've read about TMS over the past year and have tried to get back to living my life, but I haven't felt like myself for 1 minute the last 4 years. My symptoms are constant although the severity changes. Thanks for your thoughts.