I started my TMS journey in January 2018. Fear prevented me from accepting the diagnosis and delayed recovery for many months. I have done hard and necessary work, including intensive psychotherapy for my anxiety and repressed emotions and Dr. Schubiner's workbook. I have benefitted from the wisdom on this forum. Symptoms have come and (hooray!) gone. What's gone: shoulder, neck and arm pain, headaches, nausea. What's left: The original foot numbnesss/tightness/stiffness and a more recent bitter taste in my mouth (a little more than a month on this). I can't honestly say I no longer worry about the foot but hours and days go by without my thinking about it. Still the symptom is constant and has been for 2+ years. I have seen a neurologist, chiropractor, PT, acupuncturist, homeopath, osteopath, with no results. For the bitter taste, I have seen my PCP, ENT, dentist, none of whom have a clue. PCP recommends seeing a gastroenterologist but I'm really not in the mood to have a camera shoved down my throat just to have them tell me they can't find anything. I am worried about this bitter taste, and I hate it, which I guess means I haven't accepted that it's TMS. (Unlike the feet, I haven't seen a TMS doc for this symptom.) The only med I'm taking is a small dose of klonopin and my psychiatrist says this can't be a side effect of that. I'm at a loss. What would you do? Just ride it out and live with it? Keep chasing a physical/structural explanation? For the feet and the mouth symptoms? I'm living and enjoying my life, still working at therapy. But these symptoms are a consistent back of my mind worry -- which is at least better than the panic I used to have 24/7. Thank you!