I had the same problem a two weeks ago. I would feel a vibration in the heel of my right foot. The vibration would last for a few seconds and would happen every 12-15 seconds. It was annoying as hell and i felt like i had a phone under my heel set on vibrate mode. I immediately contacted my physician regarding this and he suggested i take Vitamin B complex as B12 strengthens the nerves. The vibration is almost gone.I sometimes get a buzz.. a couple of times a day. which i think is a huge improvement.
I have noticed in the past few weeks vibrations on the top of my left foot. I can't see it doing this but it is definately worrying me. I am a 55 yr old active african american female, significantly over weight, and have a total knee replacement of left knee for about 15 yrs. I have been dianosed with OA and have had surgery on my right shoulder for a torn muscle due to bone spurs. I have been having trouble with my left shoulder for the past few months. I think the feeling is more like a buzzing more than a vibration. I have noticed that quite a few people on this post are having the same problem. This happens when I sitting, walking or just standing still.
I'm a 46 yr. old Male that's about 20lbs overweight. A few days ago i hurt my back (NO IDEA how i did this) the pain is above my right rear pocket at about the waist and get a burning sensation when i rub a lotion (like Aspir-cream or DMSO) on it then a bout 2 days ago noticed a rhythmic vibration in my right foot below my little toe (like a cat purring in 1-2 second intervals) I am diabetic but my glucose levels have been averaging around 130 for the last month. i don't notice it while walking in fact it takes awhile to start back up after I've walked a little bit. I've had pain in my inner thighs for about 6 months (my Dr. knows about it) but only when i twist my legs like crossing them when sitting. Any ideas anyone? the vibrations don't hurt but is quite annoying.
Ever find any info on this? I have always had tendon problems. The only thing I've seen is vitamin B-12. Being a walking tendon I take it all the time already. Mines in my left foot after I had been standing on pavement for 2 weeks in bad shoes. I can only assume it's nerve damage. Pain is one thing but it "vibrates" in intervals and it keeps me up all night. It's literally making me crazy at this point.
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