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Vibrating thigh

I have seen a lot of comments about people who feel vibrations on their pockets area due to cellphone use. This is different, a couple of days ago I started feeling this little vibration on my right upper thigh but on the side almost going around to the back of it, I barely use the vibrating feature of my phone but I do own a blackberry, for some reason a lot of comments refer to blackberrys, anyhow, I try to move myu leg, walk around, massage it but it keeps coming back, to explain it better, I feel like is more of a heart beat because between vibrations there's a pause and it might vaguely resemble blood flow as well. If anybody can help me with this besides recommending going to the doctor, it would be great.
Tags: vibrating, thigh, beat, legs, help, pause, Blood
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Im having the same exact tingly sensation on my upper left mid thigh. It feels like an electric current that comes and goes constantly. I'm not sure what to do! I read that it's called Lermittes sign. ?
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You could have a B12 deficiency. Take B12 daily to see if i settles down. It did for me.
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I just developed this too.  I'm going to try to take B12, but has anyone discovered any causes of this?  Or other ways to stop it?
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