About 7 weeks ago, probably a week or two after I started working at my new job as a software developer, I started noticing that the inside of my right knee started hurting about a week into working. I thought this may have been related to me playing soccer one of those afternoons, so I ignored it expecting the pain to subside soon. After about a week, I started noticing a pain coming on in my right forearm. I didn't really suspect much of it, and as it was close to the end of my shift, I worked through the pain until I was able to get some relief at the end of the day when I was able to leave. So at this point, it's the next day and I return to work and notice I have pain in both my knee and forearm now. But the pain is only present in my knee when I'm standing, not walking or running, and the pain in my forearm really only comes on when I begin using the mouse. At this point, I start getting very concerned, and I'm googling all of the symptoms that I'm experiencing. About a week goes by and I start getting muscle twitching and dry eyes I notice that moving my arm in certain directions causes numbness to go into the tips of my fingers when I was doing nerve flosses. Also, the pain is now in my wrist, and no longer in my forearm as much, and my fingers begin feeling stiff. I become hyper-aware now, and I'm consistently at my job monitoring, and watching videos / reading through forums trying to compare my symptoms to anyone that may have a similar situation. Nothing seems to be adding up. I hadn't been working at this job that long, I can type a crazy amount at a very high WPM and I don't have that much pain, but when I go to use the mouse, I get an incredible amount of pain, and my muscles on the ulnar side of my hand/wrist start to tense up making it feel like my pinky is not properly gripping the mouse. After a couple of weeks, I decided I'd had enough, and because I don't have health insurance yet, I went to the urgent care to get checked out. This was after I had about 3-4 nights where I wasn't able to sleep at all. I suspected this was from the stress of not knowing and I also decided to quit marijuana cold turkey because it would cause the knee pain to flare up beyond belief to excruciating levels of pain. It was like I could predict it was going to happen every time I smoked, so I haven't smoked since. Interestingly, this was occurring about 3-4 months prior to this pain that began to onset without the marijuana in my knee, so I'm not sure if they're related. The doctor at the urgent care said that it didn't seem like there was anything wrong structurally from what they could find, and after doing an X-Ray on my wrist and checking for crepitus and crackling in my knees/wrist as well as symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome through a series of tests, she deemed that I likely had a case of tendonitis or that I may have sprained my wrist and maybe had a meniscus tear in my knee. So I wore a leg stabilizer for a couple of weeks, which allowed me to begin walking without as much pain and I began wearing a night splint, which I am not sure how much it helped, but still occasionally wear. After noticing some improvement in my leg, I decided to remove the stabilizer after about 2 weeks, and I was able to get into a chiropractor. She said I have a 17-degree lateral pelvic tilt and a definitive leg discrepancy causing me to put extra weight on one leg which likely is the cause for the pain just when I'm standing still. It's now about to be about 8 weeks since the onset of these symptoms, and I've begun to feel similar symptoms not as severe in my left hand/wrist. There has been no swelling at all that I can tell around my hands, wrists, fingers, or knee. I started reading Dr. Sarnos The Divided Mind, and I emailed Dr. Schubiner this prompt as well as he suspects that it's likely TMS. I'm just at a loss for direction. I want to really believe that it is TMS, but the pain is so severe at times, that it makes me think otherwise, the other likely culprit based on what I've been feeling so far is Rheumatoid Arthritis but my symptoms are not really adding up. Like I said, I have not had any noticeable swelling, my fingers feel stiff a lot at times, but there's really no loss of mobility/flexibility and my symptoms get worse throughout the day and are usually best in the morning before I go to work. Also, I notice that the symptoms tend to flare up almost right when I sit down at the computer and begin working or use any computer for that matter. I started using a wrist rest for my mouse pad and it's allowed me to work with a bearable amount of pain while taking frequent breaks, but I think the pain is catching up to me with the wrist pad as well. Any guidance or information would be great. I am going to a doctor's appointment in August, so hopefully, I am able to get a diagnosis if it's structural or an underlying disease that I'm not aware of. There's been no history of arthritis in my family on either side, but I've had an extremely rough past year having lost a great job, having to move across the country twice, and getting blackmailed by 2 different business partners while simultaneously going into massive debt and not knowing how I was going to pay rent/bills. To add fuel to the fire, this job is paying me sub-optimally for the work I am doing but I just had to accept a job that was able to give me experience in this field, and move me in the right direction while allowing me to pay my bills.