Hello I have worked at a computer for the last 10 years and in the last three or four weeks I noticed that I started developing RSI in both arms and hands. It's not so much pain as it is a feeling of heaviness like my forearm muscles are fatigued and are sort of weak. I went to the doctor and he did a physical exam on me and said I was fine but he didn't take any x-rays or do any blood work he just checked for weakness. But I do have an appointment with the neurologist in January; until then I am sort of left wondering what's going on. My symptoms are almost always exactly the same in both arms -- for example if it's the top of my forearms that are feeling sore and weak then it'll happen in both of them and when it jumps instead to maybe my wrists or to the bottom of my arms - it almost always happens exactly the same in both arms at the same time. And it jumps around quite frequently but it's always in my forearms, wrist, or hands and mostly just one of those at a time although it happens in both arms simultaneously. The RSI thing is hard to swallow because it's more weakness feeling then it is pins and needles and pain. But I am leaning towards it being an RSI injury and if it is in RSI injury I am 95% convinced that it is TMS. In other words if I find out it's just an RSI I'm not gonna bother with massages -- I believe it's psychological. I've had two instances of success so far: 1. Something came up that I was super anxious about and I realized that because my mind was preoccupied on this new thing that my pain subsided and was probably 90% gone during that evening. 2. Another time, I just told myself I could care less about my symptoms and I was just going to power through and I felt really great that day and night with minimal pain or weakness. I'm trying to re-create the scenario Number two but I'm really struggling to do it now and I just sort of feel like I'm getting worse. I'm also journaling every day but after four days I sort of feel like I've covered everything I possibly can and I'm really reaching for stuff. The one thing I've been dwelling on in my journals is that although I routinely get some of the highest review scores at work I have a personality type that makes me feel like I'm the dumbest one in that office and that if I don't learn this computer programming language that I've been working on I'm going to be totally useless and nobody will hire me. Even though I've wrote about that once, should I continue dwelling on that one issue in my journals? Anyway any advice somebody can give me would be great. I feel like I am close at times with this TMS thing, and then other times I feel like I'm A million miles away.