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  • Little
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    A new thread has been created to continue the subject here:

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  • nn_buzz
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    also buzzing...

    so add me to the list of women who have this problem. 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 updates on their buzzing

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  • DanaScully
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    Feels like a vibrating cell phone - fibroids

    Hi,
    I had the vibrating sensation from time to time for several years and thought something was crazy... however after having emergency surgery for a twisted ovary and removal of 7 pounds of uterine fibroid tissue - full hysterectomy, the vibrations stopped. My ovary was precancerous and I was living in agony with the fibroids... so I guess my body was really trying to tell me to get help. My body had taken on all the symptoms of pregnancy for almost 7 years. Morning nausea, discolored brown spots on my chest, weird food cravings, extreme anemia and a complete inability to loose weight in my lower abdomen. My doctors had missed all this till it was an emergency.
    Hope this helps someone.
    Last edited by DanaScully; 03-20-2011, 07:46 PM.

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  • Adnana
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    Vibration/pulsing like feeling in my anus

    Hey everyone

    I have been having this vibration/pulsing like feeling in my anus for about a week. I only remember feeling it when i sit, its very random and it goes on for maybe 5 seconds each time, and its happening a few times a day, actually very often and every day. Im not on birth control never been, im 24 no kids, no bf not having sex very often. I thought that i have worms but i looked up the symptoms and i dont have any of them. I really dont know what this is, and i dont know if its related with the possible vaginal infection i have. I will go see my family doctor soon to have this checked out. I did read online that it might me hemorrhoids, but im not sure bcz im always hydrated and i eat healthy.

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  • JadedQueen
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    I get it too.... it comes and goes and it has for a few years now. Usually it'll happen for an hour or two and then not again for several weeks or even months. I have asked my doctor what it is and all tests being normal the only possible thing he could think of was the position I was in or possibly clothing I was wearing at the time caused blood vessels to constrict/contract and cause a spasm, even if I changed positions/clothes it would still continue for awhile afterward and the doctor said it's like when you get a spasm in your legs sometimes and it takes the spasm a while to go away. It's been years that I've had this and all my check up since it started happening have been normal so I am inclined to believe the explanation the doctor gave me, it makes sense. I hope that I explained this good enough. It's been years but I just want you all to know it's nothing to worry about even though I have to admit it's annoying, at least it's not painful. If you've ever had a baby it's kinda comparable to braxton hicks contractions.

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  • Niki6371
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    Ok ladies it's not from using birth control because I have the same problem and I had a hysterectomy 30 years ago. It's not a pleasurable feeling for sure heck if it was I guess we wouldn't be looking for a cure lol
    I AM SOOOO glad I am NOT alone with this problem I have to say it's funny reading all these emails . So if you guys found an answer please let me know.

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  • rosky_skies
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    phew!

    Originally posted by WorriedDad View Post
    My 30-year-old daughter has had this problem for 8 months and it's been driving her nuts, but not enough to get her to go to a doctor. I finally convinced her to pay a visit to the local ER last weekend after she hadn't had any real sleep in 36 hours. After she described the symptoms, the first question the doctor asked was "Have you ever been diagnosed with PCOS?" (she does have PCOS). He'd apparently encountered this a number of other times in PCOS patients. No explanation of WHY this happens, but he gave her a prescription for Neurontin, which has helped just a little, and referred her to a neurologist, who will see her in a couple of weeks. FYI, she is NOT taking medication for the PCOS, after having a bad experience with the first batch of pills her gynecologist had prescribed.
    So glad I found this - a very probable link. I too have PCOS and the strange vibrations.... Might be worth other ladies following up!

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  • steanna7
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    when i had the mirena iud this was happening to me I kept telling the doc it felt like a baby was kicking in me she acted like it was nothing i went back complained again asked her to take it out she said no give it more time (it had been 6 months) i called back one last time asked for the iud to be taken out, they act like they dont want to take it out they were so quick to put it in so i went home that night and took it out myself, I have never felt another twitch or kick again, the doc was so mad i took it out said i could have killed myself if the iud had grown into my uterus but i told her i asked her to take it out 3 times. I dont know if my body was trying to get rid of it or what but for me it was the iud

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  • kimmi40
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    vibrating vagina

    hi i'm fourty yr. young female i am in the middle of my cycle and this morning there is a vibrating in my vagina. what can it be from. its been a while since i've played with my toy. just had sex the day before i started. is it toxic shock syndrome. does it mean i need to get laid. will it ever go away? i am not funtioning very well in the kitchen today. it keeps side tracking me i may loose a finger over this. can someone figure this out. help.

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  • abcknight
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    vibrating vagina

    Same thing as everyone else...I kept reaching for my cell phone in my pocket and it wasn't there. I will have to agree with the earlier post. I recently took a bad fall down a flight of stairs. Even though I worked for a chiropractor for 7 years and knew I should go get an adjustment after the fall, I never made the time. I'm pretty confident that the vibrating is a misalignment in my lower lumbar area creating a pinch nerve. I will be seeing my chiropractor now that the previous post helped me to put the two together. This has been a long journal for this issue and just had to fast forward to the last page to see if anyone ever came up with a diagnosis. Crazy how the female docs / nurses haven't heard of this and in some cases poked fun at the problem. Thanks to everyone for the info and posting as time goes by.

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