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Buzzing/ Internal Vibrations

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  • smiley735 said:
    Don't forget heating pads and hot baths!! Or, like Lucy from Peanuts said "Happiness is a warm puppy!" :D Speaking of which, mine are ready to snuggle up in bed, guess I should go oblige them! Thanks Brenda!!
    Your mom was a wise woman, but I agree lets stay with the "smart minds...."

    I have a walk in shower in my house! But I love my heating pad! Hubby is borrowing mine. We thought he got a hernia (inaugural), but now looking like a torn muscle, so I gave him the heating pad to see if it helps! My warm little furry bodies are my kitty fur kids! Sleep well! Thanks too for the laughs - needed em! *HUGZ*

    Brenda
    PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.
  • I have not thought about it, until I read your post. The vibrating cell phone feeling is what I experiance also. Funny thing is it is on the left side, front pelvis, (almost where my pocket is)and I always carry the phone in my right pocket.
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  • YOu know factory, you're the only guy I've heard here say that they had buzzing too!
    Kelly
    APROUD CANADIANveteranButNOTa doctor, my thoughts are my own
  • Mine is very sporadic! Both sciatic nerves to my feet,and simultaneous!
  • When I am having a lot of LBP I will get this

    BUUZZZZZUUUUTTT-BUUZZZZZZUUTTTTT

    Noise vibration in my ears head....not constant, just two or three times, then nothing, then two or three times again. If I take a BT pain med, it goes away.

    (Thank goodness none of you know my address, or I would expect the men in their clean white coats coming to take me away, haha)
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  • I have internal shaking in my head since Feb of 06. I had an MRI on my brain and everything was normal. Bizarre sensation regardless of where it happens to buzz. I think mine was caused by my neck issues and my root nerve being compressed. I havent noticed any tremors since surgery.

    I know I bring up menapause a lot here...but there are many women who suffer from internal shaking/buzzing. I found a great forum several years back for women just entering into the change and those full blown. A great forum community as well as great reading and info. URL Removed - contact CGM for the link
    We are not alone!

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  • Oops, sorry mods
  • I am a Phlebotomist and my opinion is that this is a fluttering valve in your vein. I don't know why it would flutter but it does. My lower leg just started this fluttering/buzzing and it does feel really weird. I was getting ready to do a stick one time and the persons arm started this buzzing and it freaked me out. We are not told about "valves" in veins in school-- BUT the CDC procedures for a blood draw is NOT to stick in a valve...Well how do you know where they are???
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