I have been having issues for several months. Initially I was awakened by what I can only describe as "muscle vibrations, humming, buzzing". Usually it was in my chest or stomach. It has been several weeks, perhaps a month since I have been awakened but now during the day, at no certain time of day or event, I experience the same sensation in varying degrees of severity and in different places physically; deep chest; right stomach; from left to right across the stomach area only; from center chest up to the chin. It always vibrates/hums enough so that I think others should be able to feel it, were they to touch me, but they do not feel it. I was not able to get a Dr. appointment until May 2nd and we are remotely located on a military base in Japan. Suggestions?
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