Do nosebleeds fall into the TMS/PPD arena? I've started to think so after experiencing several on consecutive days, during a period of high humidity, and the one that really busted the strategy out in the open for me was when It happened while I was taking a shower! I have also now recalled several episodes in my life of unusual pain - TMS-gall bladder attack requiring Demerol shot...after a guilty activity; developing a rash every year at the same time from 2 years of age until I left home (date of being emotionally abandoned). An inexplicable, drive-you-insane rash that perplexed my GP, and got worse rather than better with treatment for a long time. I don't know if it falls in the category of fibromyalgia, but also experienced extremely sensitive, sore legs, buttocks and body during certain periods of high stress. I am learning how important it is to be continuously vigilant of my thoughts. It is unbelievable how quickly they scoot by, leading to some unconscious repressed reaction that manifests as a sudden body symptom. Eventually, I hope to be able to say that TMS/PPD is a gift, leading me to enhanced consciousness and self-awareness.