Yes, unlike ECT, you can continue to drive your car between TMS treatments.
The basic answer to this question is that the time to respond to TMS therapy varies. Patients can see improvement in their depression symptoms any time within the first third, middle third or end, and even as far out as 3-4 weeks. It is highly recommended that patients complete the TMS course to give them
Depression is considered in terms of “remission” and “recurrence.” TMS can put depression into remission for an extended period of time but there is a possibility, depending on the nature of the patient’s depression, symptoms can recur down the road. If this does occur, then patients are even more likely to respond positively to repeated TMS
TMS can cause scalp tenderness during the treatment pulses but typically does not cause a lasting headache. For patients who are prone to headaches, they can premedicate with ibuprofen or acetaminophen prior to treatments to prevent a headache.