Hello. Although I have been on this forum several times, this is my first post--I will try to make this short! I have hesitated to post this because it sounds so ridiculous! Last fall, I started to have severe anxiety over my health. I was worried about having MS after having some tingling in hands, muscle twitching, and fogginess in my brain. I went to a Nurse Practitioner who said I had anxiety, and if I had MS, it would be in my RIGHT arm and leg. Well, I IMMEDIATELY began to focus on my right arm and leg...worried to death. About a week or two later my right leg started to feel funny, and I was obsessed with how I walked. Every step I took, caused me to think about my gait and how I was walking...it was/is exhausting. At first the pain came and went, but after a couple months it was pretty much constant. The pain would move from my upper calf to my ankle. Now, six months later, all of my symptoms have gone away except this pain in my leg. I still constantly think about it...the pain is a good reminder. Doctors still say anxiety. Though I had a rough time on the first three meds they gave me, I am now taking Buspar, Wellbutrin, and Xanax. My question is...has anyone out there actually caused a real physical injury from constantly obsessing over their health anxiety? I have been to an orthopedist who said no bone is broken, but he said no bone is broken. Deep down, I feel like my anxiety is causing me to tense up and not walk correctly, but this sounds absurd! Please help!!