Hi everyone, While I've posted on these forums to ask for help regarding TMS symptoms I've been struggling with (namely vuvlvodynia and IBS), I've considered myself healed from so-called fibromyalgia/chronic tendonitis/whatever. These were textbook-TMS so I had absolutely no doubt about it and got rid of my dental gutters, orthopedic insoles, etc. I started running, climbing, hiking, etc., and while I still have some pain here and there, it disappears quickly and isn't correlated with physical activity. Thing is, I recently started having some doubts about the fact that these problems are 100% TMS and not at least in part mechanical. I guess I feel frustrated that they don't disappear entirely (I started TMS-healing 1,5 year ago). I also noticed that the right part of my body seems to concentrate a lot of my problems : when I get sciatica/tendonitis stuff, this is the leg that takes it. I'm doing hormonal yoga therapy for my PCOS issues, and when I meditate on my ovaries, I can feel the left one perfectly good but not the right one. I can get muscle spasms in my right calf quite easily during the night or if I swim. When I do yoga or climbing, I feel pain and constriction in my upper right thigh, which I do not feel in the left one. I'm also a little bit asymetrical waist-wise (but it's not that visible) and tend to crouch systematically towars the left when I'm sitting for a long time. The TMS-believer in me knows that this is just because for my body, I happen to store tension in my right side. But the TMS-doubter is currently remembering that I was diagnosed with one leg shorter than the other and malocclusion (got operated on 10 years ago to fix prognathia), and I was exposed to a lot of osteopaths, dentists and acupuncturists who were persuaded that all my issues stemmed from this asymetria. I guess I'm just looking for some encouragements in letting go completely of this way of thinking, especially since I still harbor a lot of mental tension.