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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Timbercat, Sep 21, 2017.

  1. Timbercat

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  2. Timbercat

    Timbercat Well known member

    JoeHealingTms: I have to say, your post provoked a lot of anxiety for me. I have managed to stay on the calmer side of it. I know why you fired off all of those questions. And I agree with getting checked out before assuming TMS, as Sarno and this network caution. I have had Mri's, CT's and multple visits to specialists including neurologist. I hope ENT has this nailed down, but, if not, then I will do the next thing. I just dont want to panic because then everything gets totally out of control. I wish u well with your TMS journey.
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  4. JoeHealingTms

    JoeHealingTms Peer Supporter

    My point was not to get you in fear, but to make completely sure that you are on a TMS symptom, and I am sorry if it caused you any anxiety. Having been to over 20 specialists, I can tell you that I know exactly what is structurally wrong with me and what part is TMS. For example, once they told me the things that were structural, they also told me that whatever I had structural "could not be causing the amount of pain " that I was having. So, in a way, that helped me even better to confront my pain and get rid of it, knowing that more than one doctor told me that it could not be doing what it was doing. If you have already completely been checked regarding what else could it be, then you can use that to reinforce your believe that the pain is psychological. The best way is to be an observer of the pain while it is happening from a relaxed standpoint and tell yourself that you are safe, and that all the evidence you have up to know points to it not being structural. Wishing you a total healing and recovery.

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