I was doing so well, attaining moments, hours, even days when I felt a relaxed outcome independence. I barely noticed my symptoms and when I did notice they didn't bother me for pretty good chunks of time. I've been working through Dr. Schubiner's book, reading the forum, listening to podcasts and videos, and living my life. And then...I got nauseous. I'm not someone who's prone to stomach upset and then only time I remember feeling like this was when I was pregnant, that kind of constant queasiness that never progresses to vomiting. The thing is that about a month ago I started using a low-dose estrogen cream for some menopausal symptoms. So I asked the gynecologist is the cream could be causing the nausea. He said, no, he'd never seen anyone react to it like that. But when I look at the listed side effects, nausea is right up near the top. The doctor has a (long, convoluted) explanation for that. So here I am, nauseous. Do I treat it as TMS, since the doctor tells me it isn't the cream, or do I find another doctor for a second opinion, or what? Honestly, one of the biggest lessons I've learned in my TMS journey is that most doctors know very little. It's frustrating and angering. Thanks for your thoughts!