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Your true actual time second hand is on one of your subdials. That big "second" hand is really your chronograph seconds timer. It should start and stop when you depress one of the plungers/ buttons on the side of your watch.
Again, that big hand does not need to be turning all the time (or ever if you never use your advanced stopwatch/ chronograph). The true seconds hand is very small on one of the smaller dials.
Good luck, I hope that's all it is
I may not be clear on the problem here but it sounds like you may only need a battery change. If the battery is not the problem you can ask that your watch by placed on a cyclonic to force the gear train and free up small particle(s) that might be holding it up. This will be the fastest and least expensive. There is the chance this may require a more complicated repair but this till give you a starting point. I suggest going to a watchmaker/technician who is familiar with working on this brand and be able to seal the watch back to its water resistant rating. This will take having a pressure chamber on site.
The owners manual mentions how to fix this but the instructions are not 100% clear. You can download the PRS200 manual here: http://www.tissot.ch/data/usersmanual/134-en.pdf
Each of the 3 chrono hands are reset separately. Unscrew the crown and pull it all the way out (2 stops out). Press button A (top right) as many times as necessary until the hand is on the 30. Each press moves the hand one tick so you may need to press it several times.
Next push in the crown one click. Press button B (bottom right) as many times as necessary to advance the 60 second hand to 12'oclock. Press button A to advance the 1/10th hand to 0.
The part I did not get at first is the fact that you need to press the A and B buttons several times to advance each hand 1 tick at a time until they are all pointing to 12'oclock.