I am on day 15 of the SEP. So far so good and all that! For the most part I don't have a problem believing that my symptoms are TMS but since I have head pains (not migraines or headaches but pains - hard to describe but likely cervical in nature, diagnosed with occipital neuralgia but I have doubts on that too) rather than back or neck pain, I sometimes doubt the TMS diagnosis. Nothing has been found as wrong by doctors etc. Had MRIs and other tests. All come back fine. Some disc issues, but we all know these are incidental. Nothing ever gets with the pain except massage. Pain killers don't touch it. Chiropractic generally makes it worse etc etc. So I decided to make an evidence sheet. Here is my thought - massage is the only thing that helps - and it REALLY helps. I can go pain free for a couple weeks if I have the right type of massage (hard to find though). Since massage is known to help blood flow (and we know TMS is the result of blood not flowing to the correct places), would the fact that massage (and only massage) helps actually be evidence that this is TMS? Any thoughts? I think I'm doing well with the SEP overall but really think an evidence sheet would benefit me and I think this is either my biggest piece of evidence either pro or against TMS - I'm just not sure which.