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Better but quick question

Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by Sky, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. Sky

    Sky New Member

    I started the SEP about 8 days ago and I am definitely feeling better, which is great! The pain and sciatica in my left leg is somewhat less but now I also have some pain in my right hip, foot and my left hand. My left hand actually feels tingling and a bit numb at times, not hurting, more like sleeping. Can I see this as another confirmation of TMS? I don't see how herniated discs at L4 and L5 could cause these issues with my hand, so perhaps it's TMS showing itself? I guess I am still not 100% bought into TMS or I would not ask this question :) Trying to build my evidence list.

    Thanks,

    Sky
     
  2. Ines

    Ines Well known member

    Yes, it's definitely TMS. You can add it to your Evidence Sheet. The fact that the pain moves around is a strong indication that it's TMS.
     

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