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    add me to the list of women who seem to have an issue with buzzing "down there". for me it's started about a month ago after my period. lasted about a week and a half on and off, and then went away, but now it's back, sporadically. for me it's a low level buzz, sometimes rhythmic sometimes not. definitely not arousing in any way, so it's different from some of the symptoms some of the other women have mentioned. other than that i'm 36, not on birth control, slightly overweight, anemic, but otherwise healthy. i've started taking a multivitamin and my iron pills to attempt to combat that, so we'll see. i've also noticed that the buzzing can sometimes be accompanied by a feeling of anxiety, but to be honest, i'm not sure if the buzzing is causing the anxiety or some sense of anxiety/stress is causing the buzzing. personally, i'm not feeling inordinately stressed, but who knows.... anyone have any insight into this?

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    So.. I recently lost 21 lbs. I JUST started feeling this and some other stuff in my uterus for the past few days. I'm not sure how I feel about it yet. 21 lbs ago I didn't feel ANYTHING. I'm guessing that this [for me at least] is a bit of things going "back to normal"... I hope the flutters mean I'll be seeing aunt flo regularly.
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    SOOOO, I first had this happen at work yesterday sitting at my desk. Thought it was something maybe under the floor vibrating. Well, it happened when I got home and I panicked a little because I thought "What the heck is that". I thought I was losing my mind and I didn't tell a soul, not even my husband because I was embarassed and thought he'd think I was crazy. I was afraid to type in a phrase into google because of the description, but was SOOOOO happy when I found this thread. I have no clue either and I won't go to the Dr. for it. Like you all have said, it doesn't hurt, or feel good, just irritating. I am 42 and haven't been on the pill for a long time. I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one and that there are others in the same boat. I'm not sure who said it earlier, but I died laughing when I read her say that we should start a group of "vibrating vagina's". CLASSIC

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    Oh my gosh I have no idea about any of this! I have never had that happen that I know of. I'm confused though, do you mean "buzzing" as in an overstimulated clitoris? I had a friend who had that & she always had pain because she had the "constant clitorial arousal" or whatever it's called. That sounds like it would be a very strange thing!!

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    I've also had this problem for a few months a slight twitch a couple inches below my belly button, under the skin; pretty much feels like my uterus is twitching, because it definitely wasn't any sort of gas. Always happens while I'm sitting still, it never hurts, kinda feels like a cell phone vibrating, but I never keep my cell phone in my front pocket. I'm 21, never had kids, have ridiculous menstrual cycles, and am not currently on birth control. (I never noticed any twitching until after I stopped taking BC.)

    After reading up on it, here's what I've gathered:

    Most doctors brush off this symptom, and even the few people who had their doctors further examined with tests, most showed no real results. Some of the posters' twitching disappeared, days, weeks, and months later, sometimes it reappeared, other times, it didn't. Some of the girls were depressed, stressed or mentioned high levels of anxiety at the time. Some mentioned that they don't work out, were overweight, had a few heart problems. The age range was pretty large, between 15-50 years, I would guess. Also, the amount of kids, number of c-sections, and so forth varied. It's safe to say that there is no one particular demographic of woman that this affects.

    So if you're having any sort of twitching, ask yourself these questions...

    Do I perform a lot of physical activity or am I sedentary most of the day?
    Am I stressed/depressed/feeling anxious?
    Am I overweight? Am I eating right?
    Do I sleep regularly?
    Are my menstrual cycles regular?

    Before you rush off to your doctor for simple twitching, to be told like the vast majority of posters that updated their doctor told them they had no idea why. Think about this, maybe they are related: I never felt the twitching until after I took an office job, became a bit more stressed than normal, and my eating habits declined. Make some connections to maybe help your doctor, they're only going to ask so many questions, and I get the feeling from most posts that some of the doctors and nurses find this symptom laughable.


    Of course, my words are no replacement for a doctor's professional opinion and therefore, I highly recommend you seek your doctor's opinion before making any decisions. But to those of you that have already been to the doctor and have been told they don't know what's wrong with you: get a massage (a nice one from your boy or family member will suffice), quit eating bad food, get more rest, get outside, and don't be a couch potato. Even if it doesn't stop the twitching, what harm could it do to try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlit Symphony View Post
    kinda feels like a cell phone vibrating
    This is crazy! I didn't know it happened with vaginas, too?!

    A couple of years ago I kept thinking my cell phone was going off in my pocket, but it wasn't. I went to my doctor, but ended up with no answers AND a lot more intimate with his finger than I would like.

    It didn't cause any problems except anxiety and went away after a month or so and never came back as far as I can remember. Very odd stuff. So, don't exclude us when you ladies start the club. Make it gender neutral..."pulsing privates"?

    One thing to add: I was trying to figure out on my own what was different, and the only think that I could come up with was that I had been sitting a little differently while on my computer, maybe a little more stretched out with my feet up putting more pressure towards the base of my spine than normal. Maybe it's something with nerves going through the pelvic floor. I don't know. The body is a strange and complex thing...

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    I have had the same vibrating sensation for the last 3 days. I have Multiple Sclerosis and was told by my Neurologist that this is related to my brain over-firing signals to the muscles in my vaginal area. Not trying to freak anyone out- just passing my experience along to the group. I was told that Neurontin will help for me. Might not help everyone, depending on the underlying cause. Thanks for the info!

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    Mine started yesterday.. Unfortunately, mine is NON-STOP. It's like someone left a vibrator inside me on low and I can't turn it off. I read all these posts, which gave me some relief. I printed them out and took them with me to my Gyno appointment today. I had to laugh because my Gyno, in her 23 years has never heard of the vibrations and had a hard time believing me. I gave her the printouts and told her she needed to read them and google this, because it's happening. I left and went to my Chiropractor, got a deep tissue massage, got my lower back adjusted and was thankful my Chiropractor knew what I was talking about (she's had them before) and also said it was the nerves. She said she has a male patient whose systems are really bad, to where he may have to consider some kind of surgery in his scrotem to relieve him. (JUST FYI on the men) Unfortunately, I'm still having mine....but tonight, I will be taking something to knock me out, seems how I couldn't sleep last night with this constant vibration going on. I will be going back to my Chiropractor on Friday. I will also update on my posts to see if I got relief.

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    Oh... I'm a 42 yr old Mother of 2 (1 Section - 1 Natural Birth). Taking the Depo shot, Efforex, Prilosec. Had 2 disc in my neck removed 8 months ago, going through Paramenopause. And I had that nasty flu that's been going around this week. My lower back was very sore from body aches. What I did before right before the vibrations started, using my vibrator... lol... I have to be honest with you all!

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    Default I've got a buzzing vagina too!!!

    O thank the heavens for this website! I also had a strange vibration in my vagina/uterus area (couldn't be quite sure where) on and off for most of January of this year. I suffer with endometreosis and take cerazette, a progesterone only pill without a break so I do not have to suffer the pain of a period whilst bleeding but on Jan 26 I had a break through bleed, it lasted a week and wasn't really painful and slowly the vibrations or buzzing sensation went away so I thought it was something to do with my cycle. Since then I have had two internal scans and a endoscopy(bum end) and so far nothing sinister thank God! Thing is the vibrations have come back and I have had them on and off everyday for over a week. They are not painful just strange and really, really irritating. I go to the gym at least four days a week, walk the dog, do a 15 minute meditation everyday, eat small regular meals (I have reduced the salt in my diet and eat more fruit and veg but I refuse to be a health food fanatic!) and drink moderately. I work part time and sit at a desk for four hours a day. I have been suffering with anxiety since January which comes and goes although I really have nothing to be anxious about but can't seem to control it when it gets a hold on me. The buzzing worries me purely because I don't know what's causing it! Three GPs at my surgery in the UK have never heard of it and more worryingly neither has my Gyne! It really is reassuring to find out other women are experiencing the same symptoms! Thank you for sharing ladies x

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