Ok so I hope this all makes sense. In some serious pain at the moment. Long story short to get to my question, I finally fully accepted my condition with my hands and forearms in relation to typing as TMS and not RSI. It was really just the past few days I got to 100% acceptance. I had failed in the past. My activity on the computer isn’t quite what it used to be due to being unemployed, but it’s significant, and I am convinced. My hands feel much better! Maybe 75% better already. My issues result from being extremely type A. I’ve pressured myself immensely to be as much of a provider as I possibly can to my own detriment over the past 6 years or so. My job made me miserable. I stayed for the money. Now the bad news. I do believe I’ve siffered the symptom imperative. Yesterday my lower right back ached so bad. A 5 of 10. I had an injury there months ago that healed up maybe a month ago. I might have tweaked it just the smallest bit, but there was nothing to justify the pain yesterday. It was literally 100% gone today. So unexpected. Then today while using the phone for 30 minutes my bicep just ached so bad. It was very odd. It did eventually pass, but I knew it was tms. Then this evening I decided to workout. Nothing strange about that. Did some squats with no weight to loosen up. Then added a little weight. It wasn’t heavy at all for me. Could do it all day normally. First rep I felt excruciating pain. Dropped the weight. Fell to the ground. It’s at a level I’ve enever felt in my life. I have to say it’s a 10. I layed on my back and rested. I’ve tried to stretch. I used a heating pad. I’ve taken a muscle relaxer. It’s nerve pain, and it’s crazy. Not sure how I could possibly sleep. I’m hunched over on the couch right now and pain is still a 3 like this. I’ve had injuries to my back in the past that healed up normally. It’s been years. This pain is not just inconvenient. It’s debilitating. Could it be TMS? I had a moment about 15 minutes after the pain started where I told myself it was. I managed to stand up straight and walk around for 5 minutes. Pain went down to 4-5, but it came back strong. Look forward to insight. I plan on sharing my whole story wasn’t things are more clear.