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body pulsing

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


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