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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by jacfoti, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. jacfoti

    jacfoti New Member

    I have a question which is I believe common among us.

    July 22 severe pain started in m leg-sciatica trough my left foot. I could barely move.
    I think of TMS-Sarno and the pain and debilitation goes away.
    Now I still have numbness in my toe and I cant lift properly my foot.
    (in any case 10 days ago I could not lift at all)

    even when you know it's TMS your nerves are phisically damaged from the oxygen deprivation?
    this is key for me to understand.

    TMS creates a physical problem, correct?
     
  2. Forest

    Forest Beloved Grand Eagle

    Dr. Sarno says that the oxygen deprivation in TMS is completely harmless, so there should be no lasting effects, though it can take a while for you to recover. I think he also said that Cauda Equina can be a serious condition, and any form of paralysis is a bit of a danger sign. I'd contact a TMS physician for medical advice.
     

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