I have TMS, and I accept this. I have classic "fibromyalgia" with chest pains, brain fog, etc. My question is whether a specific problem I seem to encounter is TMS or not. I'll occasionally feel pain at the junction between the muscle and tendon in various muscles as a result of lifting "too much". I am very weak and deconditioned from years of TMS and don't know if these are legitimate injuries or not. This evening, for instance, I turned a handle on a garage door. It was difficult to move. It took a bit of effort. As I was doing this, I felt discomfort at the musculotendon junction. The movement was so fast, that I didn't really have time to stop it. It was over in a second. Minutes after, pain developed at the site. Now, several hours later, there is a great deal of pain at the location of the discomfort. This happened with my calf muscle 6 weeks ago, and it's only starting to feel better now. I hope that I didn't tear my forearm. I know that injury/TMS is not an either/or scenario. People with TMS still suffer real injury. I'm wondering if anyone has had something like this happen, and discovered it to be purely TMS. Thanks.