Hi there, Last week while standing still (taking a break from the dishes) all of a sudden it hit me: a very sudden and very painfull pain in my lower back, above my buttocks on the left side. I have never felt something like this before. I literally couldn't walk anymore. I went to bed in the afternoon with painkillers and even moving from my back to my side hurt like hell. For a few days I could barely dress myself and even laying down on my back hurt, also while taking painkillers. I decided that this would have to be TMS because A) it came all out of nothing, I wasn't even moving but standing still and B) currently I am under a lot of stress and C) I have quite the TMS history. Only after a week it started to really get better. After one and a half week I went to a fysiotherapist just to make sure and she said I was doing fine and was even allowed to go and play squash again. And then a few days later... it hit me again. Not as bad as the first time but still, there was this sudden pain on the same place. Now again simple things like getting dressed are hard and they hurt quite a lot. I haven't even been playing squash or doing other kinds of exercise or sudden movements, I just went out for a short walk when it hit me again. I am 34 years old and pretty healthy and sporty: I play squash/racketball twice of three times a week and try to stay fit. I already thought it was TMS but appartenly that didn't help because it hit me again. How to work from here? Thanks so much!