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Postby KERRI on May 29th, 2003, 3:18 pm

My twitches have reduced, but yet I have an increase in buzzing. The buzzing is everywhere and I am chilled. I feel the buzzing even in my head. I am not really as nervous as I was. This is the strangest feel.

Anyone else get real freeky sensory stuff, is this sensory, neuro says yes, some people say no.


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Postby uber on May 30th, 2003, 6:59 am

I believe buzzing, vibrating is sensory yes....altho i get so many strange sensory problems, im still convinced I have MS, but no diagnoses yet
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Postby KERRI on May 31st, 2003, 10:16 pm

uber wrote:I believe buzzing, vibrating is sensory yes....altho i get so many strange sensory problems, im still convinced I have MS, but no diagnoses yet


The sick thing is, I do not even fear MS anymore.

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Postby uber on June 1st, 2003, 5:30 am

well I suppose if you have spent so long convincing yourself you have MND, then MS is a walk in the park...suppose MS aint all that bad really, some people get it and it barely effects them at all, others get it and they end up in a wheel chair =\
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Postby Floater on June 1st, 2003, 12:36 pm

i usually get a buzzing sensation when i drink alcohol..i also get a buzzing sensation when i take certain pills. i use to get a buzzing sensation from Benign Fasciculation Syndrome...but the less i worried about it the more it went away.
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Postby Rich Longer on June 2nd, 2003, 6:52 pm

I had something like this in my left leg. It went on for months and disappeared as suddenly as it came.

I tried to describe it to my neurologist without success.

Other people on this site have described this as well.

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Postby SoJerseyMom on June 3rd, 2003, 11:13 am

Kerri, I get the buzzing sensation on my hands a lot. Fortunately, it doesn't last long and seems to move around. I also get a lot of other strange sensations, like a feeling that cobwebs are brushing my skin. You're not alone!
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Postby Jane on June 3rd, 2003, 2:41 pm

Just like you, my buzzing started when twitching reduced, it moves around, sometimes on the arms and sometimes on the legs, even on feet.

As I read your post, your symptoms developed during a year, but all mine popped up one after the other within a months. By now I have almost all the symptoms described on this forum.

Relax is very helpful.
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