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TMS back pain sensation change?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by rmorrisette, Oct 8, 2019.

  1. rmorrisette

    rmorrisette New Member

    So I'm doing the homework, finishing up The Divided Mind, and continuing to run like my primary care physician advised me to. I have noticed the pain going away in my low back, and a little bit of a change in the sensation? The soreness is disappearing, and I feel almost like a heat sensation in the general area at the small of my back. But no pain down my leg, no pain in my hip, and I'm not worried about the change, I'm just curious if others have experienced that, and if it's normal and to be expected sometimes as the pain goes away?
  2. JanAtheCPA

    JanAtheCPA Beloved Grand Eagle

    Many would call this an extinction burst. The details (such as location or type of sensation) don't matter, just the knowledge that your primitive brain still thinks it needs to distract you and keep you in fear.
  3. PainNoMore

    PainNoMore Peer Supporter

    yeah, don't be surprised if the sensations move around or change from burning to tingling or a dull pain. everyone is different. it's a sign you are on the right track. don't worry about it at all.
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