Hi there, I’m freaking out a bit and hoping someone can help me stop spiraling! For background, I was diagnosed with TMS by a doctor here in NYC. I do have a herniated disc from weightlifting. Since the TMS diagnosis, I’ve made great strides and even have some pain-free days. A few hours ago, I was walking around, zero pain, and walked off a curb without noticing the step (thought it was flat). Wasn’t braced at all for the ~6 inch drop and landed on my heel, putting all the compression on my low back, which really hurt for a minute or so. I seem to be fine now, 1-2 hours later, as far as I can tell. I am here because the pain after it freaked me out. I don’t remember feeling that kind of pain after “missing a step” in the past (e.g. going down stairs and not realizing there is one more step). Or maybe it’s semi-normal? I don’t know! Is this common with TMS? Like having an over-sensitized back where the jolt would hurt more than usual (or something)? Just trying to get my mind out of “structural” worlds - was doing so well until now! Really appreciate any support to get me out of this slump.