Hello, I'm getting to the end of my rope with my RSI symptoms because they just aren't getting any better after 3 months. My problem specifically is with my left hand/wrist. (Wierd because I'm right-handed). I sit at a computer all day, mousing and typing, but not like a wild man. I'm not a programmer or court reporter. So it's strange that I have this issue. Anyway, the thing that probably holds me back is that my RSI symptoms aren't really pain. Yeah, there is some of that sometimes, but it's more a feeling of weakness, like it's hard to hold up my cell phone without feeling weak in the wrist/hand. It's not real clinical weakness. I can pick up heavy things all day long. It's those light weight things like a remote control or a cereal spoon. It's tough to hold down the shift button with my pinky, without it shaking. That sort of thing. I've been to the neurologist, he is unimpressed with my weakness. He didn't want to do an EMG because he didn't think anything would show up on it. So I've been trying to go about this under the pretense that I have TMS. I've been journaling, and really trying to focus on my feelings in my writing. But it doesn't seem to make any difference. Everyday, I just wake up and the same old weak wrist/hand is there and it's there 24/7. And I think the thing that is making me more stuck than anything is that everyone else had pain symptoms, and even though Sarno says weakness is a part of TMS, I can't tell specifically what he's talking about so I can't relate to it. For fellow RSI sufferers, was this part of your RSI symptoms, or do I have something seriously wrong going on here? I appreciate any and all thoughts on the matter. Thank you.