Beginning in May of 2012 I began to have mild numbness and loss of dexterity in my left hand. This numbness bothered me so I saw a GP and he said it could be carpal tunnel (it wasn't), after visiting him I felt better but I was still curious what else could cause the numbness because it was really bothering me. That was a huge mistake I learned about all kinds of diseases I had never heard of, and began to develop symptoms in many other places. Weird sensations in my face Dull numbness in my hands Weakness in my hands and arms Weakness in my feet and legs Ringing ears Blurry vision Tingly tongue, Sore tongue, Swollen tongue Nearly Constant muscle tightness of late Dizziness (mild) Sometimes my wrists and legs will get very painful. Twitching muscles in my feet, and a feeling like my muscles in my feet are going to pull when I walk because they are so tight. I ended up seeing my GP about 6 times last summer, and eventually made my way in for two separate MRI a visit to a Neurologist, a visit to the Rheumatologist, and one visit to an ER (the doctor told me nothing was wrong with me and I needed to go fishing or something to calm down). The only thing they found for me was slight nerve compression in my wrists (I program computers for a living so no surprise there), and a mild vitamin D deficiency. I also had a spinal tap done (don't recommend that for anyone). They treated me for nerve damage because of the weird tinging and numbness and gave me drugs for anxiety "none" of the drugs they gave me worked. Cymbalta gave me some really great side effects but was ineffective at helping me with my anxiety or calming down my symptoms. I am not really an anxious person but the "health" problems I have been experiencing of late probably has given me health anxiety for sure. I still have most of these symptoms today, I just cope with them better. Most people don't even know how crappy I feel most of the time but I get by. I have a tough job where lots of coworkers that I really enjoyed working with have left over the last few years forcing higher levels of responsibility onto me. I also have a 4 year old at home who I love, but at times can push the limits of the 34 year old who just wants to relax. My life is probably the most stressful it has ever been. I have been reading the divided mind but it mostly focuses on pain, so I was wondering given the nature of my symptoms and the brief history provided does this sound like a classic TMS case? My symptoms have had me so scared the last year and half that I haven't really had time to think about much else .