wondering if anyone has experienced sensation in the body that feel like a quivering throught the body. At times like if water was bubbling on the stove. I have no pain and it comes and goes. I first experienced it about thirty years ago and was under stress at the time. At times it is worse when on my back. I am a women in her fifties and I am in menopause. At times I also can hear my heart beat in my head, but the feelings do not usually go hand in hand. Thanks
As aneurysms grow, it is said they create a pulsing feeling. My pulsing always starts about 4 inches above my navel (point 0). From this spot, I feel intermittent vibrations traveling toward my groin into my leg, and traveling toward my neck, into my head. It's the same effect one would see if you have a log fall into a stream; a lot of the water rushes over the rock some of the water, erodes the banks of the river -- to get past the rock. The same symptoms may exist as food is trying to pass around a stricture (partial obstruction) in your gastrointestinal system. Been there done that. My advise? Get th MRI, MRA, colonoscopy, endoscopy -- whatever -- after the CT Scan. Never use contrast -- the CT scan is fine wihout the contrast. Why? Contrast (be it Barium, Gadolilium, etc etc can also cause the same effects.
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