Hello everyone, During this summer, my boyfriend and I went on a holidaytrip. After a couple of days I started noticing I had to go to the bathroom more and more. Ofcourse, we thought it was just an UTI. I got antibiotics, but they didn't help. The pain only increased and sitting in a car became a hell. Muscle spasms in my pelvic floor made me go to the bathroom every half an hour. Anyway, when I got home I visited the doctor who told me it could have a hypertonic pelvic floor which was causing the problems. My pelvic floor specialist confirmed that, so I started treatment. Despite treatment, I didn't really get any better. In rest, yes, i could release my pelvic floor muscles better. But everything I did, such as walking, driving, or whatever, made me go in spasm again. After my tenth appointment or so I visited an osteopath, who confirmed a lot of tension in my diafragma and in the fascia around my organs. After my second visit my pelvic floor muslces started to release more and more. They feel more relaxed now. But some kind annoying of pain remains, more worse/annoying,.... mainly in my urthera. A different kind of pain (doesn't feel like muscle pain). Sometimes it burns a bit. And I have to go to the bathroom all the time. Confused as I am now... It reminded me however of an incident 10 years ago or so. At that time I was having sort of the same problems with my bladder/urthera. No UTI. Maybe that was my pelvic floor as well? Nothing helped. But the pain/discomfort vanished after I visited an alternative therapist who said I had to change my diet. I was having a stressfull period at that time: studying in a different city. And now.... one of my good friends emigrated this summer to another country (other side of the world.. damn). Chances are big that she won't return. The same goes for my best friend, who also has plans to emigrate. I heard this a couple of months before I went on my holiday. This goes hand in hand with my fear of being alone and abandoned. But now I am also afraid of the symptoms themselves. Because the pelvic floor spasms hurted so much. Could this be TMS? It doesnt'feel like muscle pain, at least not in my pelvic floor muscles, they feel more relaxed, and that is what making me insecure about all this. The pain changed. My muscles themselves do not really hurt, or at least, I think. I am the perfect TMS candidate though, as I look at the personality description of it and the emotional problems I experienced in my youth. Also familiar with anxiety disorders, panic attacks, regular tension headaches.. What do you guys think? Can I get rid of this? I need some support. No negative messages.