I have been dealing with a pelvic nerve condition for 6 months. After trying physical interventions that only made me worse I have jumped on board with tms. My pain has been attributed to an irritated nerve, an entrapped nerve, muscle imbalances, and even the way I walk (I'm slightly pigeon toed). My main issue with this pain is I can't sit. In the last 2 months I have had 2 days where I could sit for hours. Those are the days I decided I didn't give a ****. I guess my nerve wasn't entrapped on those days (sarcasm). The other thing I have noticed is that on most days I wake up with no pain. This lasts for as long as I can control my brain to not think about anything. Again, my muscle imbalances must have disappeared while I was asleep. I have reached the conclusion that because I wake up pain free I should be able to live pain free. If I can recreate the state of mind I have upon waking my pain should disappear. An entrapped nerve should cause pain 24/7. Scott Brady calls tms autonomic overload syndrome. I truly feel my autonomic nervous system is overloaded with fear, anxiety, anger and just stress in general. My tms doctor recommended going back and "reliving" situations where I should have had emotions and didn't. There are a lot. I'm a firefighter/Emt and have had children and babies die in my arms. I have felt nothing during those events. Defense mechanism I suppose. If anyone has any comments or suggestions as to how I can "relive" those emotions I would very much appreciate it. I try to put myself in those places and can't seem to reproduce the emotions I should have had. Thanks for any feedback.