Hi guys, Does anyone have any insight into whether or not TMS causes autoimmune diseases? I have a very bizarre case, and I'm not sure if I have an autoimmune disease or TMS. I started getting painless, "seizure like migraines" about 5y ago that consisted of dizziness, disorientation, nausea and "head-zaps", every single day. Eventually drs put me on anti-seizure medication about 1.5y ago, and the "migraines" stopped, but I started developing limb pain a few months later. Initially it was more like restless leg syndrome, only at night and only in my calves and the pain was dull aching/crawling/tingling. Now its spread to pretty much everywhere, and the pain can be sharp and stabbing in some places. Today it was on the left side of my foot, and I couldnt put any pressure on it to walk around. This sounds like typical TMS, and I was convinced for about a year that it was, but it didnt get better. I started seeing a TMS psychoanalyst about 2m ago as well. But here's the confusing part. Last week one of my Dr's noticed that I had some typical markers of an autoimmune disease. I had low white blood cell count, a positive ANA marker, signs of inflammation as well as RNP antibodies. She said that all of my levels were borderline, just barely positive, but not positive enough to be full blown LUPUS or Mixed Connective Tissue Disease, so they diagnosed me as having Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease (basically an in between connective tissue diesease that hasnt fully materialized into Lupus or MCTD). What I do not understand is that Connective Tissue diseases can cause inflammation and joint pain, but from everything that I've read, they dont really cause the severity of the pain symptoms that I'm having. In addition, my bloodwork shows that I'm kinda in this in between state, I have an autoimmune disease but I dont. Do you guys think that this is psychologically induced? Anyone have any experience with TMS and AI diseases? How do I beat this thing? I'm utterly miserable.