Hey, About 2 months ago my my left wrist flexion muscle/ligament got sprained... or so I think (Weird incident where my outspread hand got bend inwards) I treated it like like no big deal, like TMS for a week, but it did not get better. I began treating it like a sprain because after a week or so, it began hurting much more. I have had TMS to the max in my life and have experienced the symptoms of what they would call carpal tunnel, RSI, and even De Quervain's syndrome so I think I grasp what TMS would feel like De Quervain's syndrome was one that was so off because it actually "clicked" and caused major pain. If what I have now is TMS then i compare it to that. It hurts a lot - Its sore to touch sometimes, it will feel as if I have a torn ligament at times, it will be so painful I need to brace it at time... I was a week into having the symptoms and decided to play ice hockey... BAD decision because it became so painful after I had to brace it for the next 2 weeks without taking it off... I really only began to see some results in the pain 2 weeks ago, but I was drumming 3 says ago and now its back to hurting a lot. The pain does fluctuate and the sensitivity to touch and certain movements comes and goes too - This is why I think it could be TMS but the pain is so real, like a sprain or tear, that I feel confused Dcotor called it inflamed and did some basic mobility stuff with it a month ago and said its no big deal... Please ask anything else if you need clarity, I really need some help and support as its hindering me so much from work and life.