I am still struggling with pain in the soles of my feet. I don't have a diagnosis aside from being stupid and googling back when it all started. I convinced myself that I have peripheral neuropathy from diabetes. I had previously healed from TMS a few times in the years past by acceptance after listening to doctors and recognizing there was zero proof I was injured. Flash forward to November 2015 and I was misdiagnosed with bronchitis which flared into pneumonia. I had to have a lung tube and surgery to remove scar tissue. A few month later in March 2016 I began to feel some sensitivity in my right sole on carpet. That is when I became obsessed with the sensation and googled. My anxiety grew and the pain moved into both feet. It waxed and wained and only seems bad in certain shoes. I am able to walk on concrete and use a foot file so I tried to tell myself that can't be nerve damage. I finally made my way to the dr, to get blood tests for diabetes and it appears I am right on the border with my A1C at 6.5. My dr. said to lose weight since I have gained about 35 pounds since my surgery. He never said my feet were nerve damage but I am now convinced they are. I know my sugars were ok just a few years back as my blood tests have always been normal. While not impossible to get nerve damage quick with elevated sugars it typically takes years of high numbers left untreated. lately my soles feel like the skin is tight and sore but I am unsure if it is my mind that is amplifying the sensations. It had gone away a few weeks back but for some reason is back now. Could this still be TMS?