Hi all, I'm very new to the theory of tms and have just finished reading the mindbody prescription.The story of how I ended up here is a fairly long one, but I'll keep it as short as I can. Basically for the past 2 years I have been having tingling, numbness and all sorts of strange nerve sensations all around my body. Along with intense arm and elbow pain. I have also had a quite debilitating pain in my left calf that I really struggle to walk on. The strangest part of it, is it all essentially turned on like a switch. I was sitting watching tv, and I just started tingling in my hands and feet. Things just spiralled from there. It's like every nerve in my body is hypersensitive. Even the smallest vibrations can be seriously uncomfortable, through my hands and even my feet. An example would be the engine vibration through the accelerator pedal of my car. I normally would never feel that but now its uncomfortable. I have seen multiple doctors and neurologists, had mri's, bloodtests, nerve studies etc. You name it I've had it. They all show that I am in great health, with the only issue being I had bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome which showed up on the nerve conduction test. Being a steel worker they put it down to repetitve strain, and I had surgery which I would say was only moderately successful. The arm and elbow pain was still just as before, and the numbness in the wrist and hand was lessened, but still remained. It can come and go almost randomly. After reading about tms recently, I feel like I'm constantly reading about myself. In the months leading up to my symptoms starting, I was not in a good headspace. I was very stressed out, along with quite alot of irrational fears such as losing my family. I was doing things like taking out life insurance and not purchasing things as I really felt like my time was coming. That's the short version, if I went in to detail I could write a book. But in a nutshell, those few months leading up I absolutely was not mentally well. I have also been extremely unhappy at work for a few years now, feeling extremely unnapreciate despite always striving to deliver the best product I can. It's like no matter how well I do it goes un noticed. I also fit the goodism profile I feel. I really could go on for ages about how I feel fit the mould but I am trying to keep this short. These things have been taking their toll on my quality of life and also my family's life. But to finally get to my main question, only a couple of months ago I had an ultrasound on both of my elbows, which showed the ulnar nerve has thickened through the cubital tunnel on both sides. Visual thickening of the nerves through my elbows. Is this possible with tms? To actually be able to see it? Nerve conduction studies are coming back fine, no issue with the nerve other than the thickening. I'm being told the way this is presenting is very strange by every person I have consulted. The more I study TMS the more I am convinced its playing a massive role in the issues throughout my body. But this really has me wondering. I feel like drs have no answers and are just guessing. Thanks for reading.