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  • Cherie -vibrating Vagina


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    Hi Ladies;

    I'm sure you'll think I'm nuts, because I thought I was going bonkers myself. I was sitting here this morning, when all of the sudden I got a vibrating feeling in my vaginal area. Not inside the Labia, but on top of the pubic area. Feels like its undre the skin. At first I thought it was my cell phone in my pocket, until I looked at it on my desktop staring back at me. Every 10 - 15 seconds, I get a vibrating feeling. When I say vibrating, its is exactly as if you have your phone on vibrate. Has anyone out there ever experienced anythiong like this. Its driving me up a wall. There is no itching, burning, discharge, or anything liek that going on. Just a tremor every 10 - 15 seconds. This is the first time I haev ever encountered this, and it ahs already been going on now for approximately 9 hours. Any ideas?
    Last edited by Alison H.; 11-04-2020, 09:36 PM.

  • Samething

    I have been experiencing the samething for a few weeks now. Its driving me crazy. Have you found out what it might be and why? Any infomation will be helpful. Thank you

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    • hope not crazy couse i get it too!

      cherie,
      my names melinda, i get that feeling too! i thought i was crazzy and i don't get it quite as often as you do but i only notice it when i'm sitting and nothing else is going on arround me... so i know i only "notice" it prolly 3-10 times a day... but i thought the same thing when i felt it "wheres my cell?"any who i'm going to the doc for anlother apt... i'll try to remeber to ask what it may be? then i'll let you know what he tells me....
      wow glad it's not just me!

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      • Nope not crazy. Its just annoying!

        Well ladies, I have been experinencing this for about 2 months now. Of course its not as strong as it once was, but I can still feel it. Its mostly when sitting down not really doing anything. Two weeks ago I was scheduled to go and get my yearly pap smear and stuff. So I meantioned it to the nurse and she asked me if it was my phone etc. I was like no and I had been experiencing it for a while now. I told her that I thought it might have been the my birth control so I stopped using it for a month and it wasnt that cause I still felt it. She had no idea although she was very unprofessional about it at one point she asked me if I had a vibrator stuck up there. My thought was yeah I lost my vibrator and it has extended life batteries that are able to go months stong. So then when the Dr entered the room I told him about it also and well he had no clue. So I left the office not knowing much more about it then when I got there. Maybe something will come back with my test results but i'm not counting on that either. So I hope that you get better results from your dr than I did. And please pass on any information that you get it would be very helpful. Good luck!

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        • Vibrating in my vagina

          I went online to see what this can be or if im losing it! I was so happy to see other people are experiencing it as well. I told my husband and he asked me if it makes me feel frisky? I said "no its just weird". I have recently started taking an over-the-counter drug call Estroven PMS. Thats about the only change I can figure. I hope that helps anyone! The only other thing I can guess is that Im turning 40 soon and maybe its some new hormonal thing? Maybe we can start a club the vibrating vaginas club. Te He!!

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          • me too

            Jeeze I thought I was just crazy! I get it there as well as on my hips, like where a cell would rest in your pocket. It is the oddest thing. I have started to keep my cell in my jacket pocket and the buzzes seemed to have stopped (however they never matched up when I had a message on my phone so it wasn't the cause)

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            • Anyone figure it out yet?

              I just thought I would revisit this to see if anyone has come up with any answers? I still dont have any.

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              • maybe some useful info

                whew, i feel better now that i c sum others with the same vibrations i did ask my doctor but first i thought they would be some axonal overfiring... that means as when u get those vibrations on your leg, arm, etc. or even hiccups, one of your nerves decided to start firing more than it needs. firing is usually voltage changes for stimuli conduction.
                anyway, he said its normal as well as my every now and then pinches i get down there... he is a really good doctor so i believe him.
                i started getting those vibrations just this month. i have recently had a cauterization of my cervix and was scared that it may be a side effect. when i had one i really tried to focus and figure out where exactly its coming from. i believe sometimes it doesnt even come from the vagina but from the junction of the inner thigh and the outer labia, so it may be a tendon around there too.
                hope it helps!

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                • Is it like a twich or a long vibration?... I get twitches once in awhile above my lip or my eye-lid which is from stress (but never down there)....I've even had my boob twitch a few times and my doc said that we harbor stress in our sexual regions a lot of the time.... just a thought...

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                  • I thought it was aliens

                    trying to communicate via my IUD when it started yesterday. That, or the copper coil picking up radio waves. But I think the IUD is actually all plastic. It happens every few minutes when I'm sitting or standing still. Not painful, not arousing, just wierd. Very reassured to hear I am not alone. There it goes again!

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                    • Any new information?

                      My God, glad to know I'm not the only one feeling this strangeness. I had sex with my boyfriend last night and just afterwards, this strange humming sensation started on the epidermal area of my left labia- and again this morning, lasting on and off all day! At first I got worried that it might be some kind of cyst...but I can't feel anything. I just finished my period...anyone have similar contexts?

                      If it keeps happening I'm going to schedule an appointment with my Doctor...I'll keep you guys posted.

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                      • vibrations

                        i too am experiencing vibrations, usually when sitting at my desk. am eager to hear if anyone has a medical/psychological explanation for this? thought it was my cell phone at first....very bizarre....

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                        • Thank Goodness!

                          Oh I am so glad to see this forum has this topic! This started with me yesterday - this buzzing/vibrating inside, like my cervix or something. It is very rhythmic, but not enjoyable - just annoying. I totally freaked out and was wondering if there was any possible way a bug could have gotten up there or something!!! But it was just so rhythmic, every 5 seconds, I could set a metronome to it! Honestly feels like I am sitting on a cell phone that is vibrating - and I only really notice it when I am sitting down. I even went and put a tampon in to see if that would help stop it, even though I am not on my period. No luck. I hope it is just some strange nerve impule - like hiccups - and that it will just go away. It is very distracting. I am anxious to hear from any of you if you have any news on it. In the meantime, I take comfort that other people are experiencing this and I am not some complete freak of nature.

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                          • I know exactly what you mean girls. I have started paying attention on the rare occasions that this occurs with me and I think it's the beginning of when that area is about to "fall asleep" (similar to a leg or arm). I have been sitting for awhile and it must have cut off the blood supply or something because it's felt exactly like when your leg falls asleep, except "down there". When I first feel the vibrating sensations, if I move and readjust my seating position, nothing falls asleep..but if I stay still, eventually the hoo hoo will take a nap. Being female is SOOOOO crazy. This might just be my own personal experience with the "falling asleep" part, but I thought I'd share anyway.

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                            • What can it be???????????

                              I, too am thrilled that there is a forum for this topic...I just wish one of us could figure out what it is! My twitch, tingle, vibration issue has been going on for three days now and it is getting rediculous! I thought about a bug accidentally finding his way there as well, Eww!...Gives me the hee-bee-gee-bees, just thinking about it!! Hee, Hee!

                              My minds a wander with all of these thoughts on what it could be or how I can stop it! I wasn't even sure how to describe it...but you guys have summed it up perfectly and yes it's most annoying when I am not doing anything in particular...so odd!

                              Let's hope one of us comes up with an answer....soon!!

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