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Female, 26, not pregnant. My whole body started buzzing after having hot soup. Every little meat of body buzzing.
Avoid hot soup: For now avoid hot soup. It may be due to the spice or the temperature that is causing your generalized reaction but for now avoid the soup. ...Read more
Female, 26, my hand are totally numb espeCially when I wake up in the morning. Increases with salt intake and hot soup caused full body buzzing inside?
Maybe Carpal Tunnell: Almost typical for carpal tunnel. I had both. See a hand surgeon for correct dx ...Read more
I have muscle twitching all over my body, buzzing and tingling, muscle pain (no cramps), tendon pain, no weakness. It is 18 months. Can still be als?
It feels like my body produces a lot of electrical activity, any time I get scared suddenly, like hearing a loud sound, I feel an electrical type shock throughout my body, my ears buzz all the time and I have visual static and migraines, which my neurolog
Activity: It sounds like your body is stressed out and/or quite anxious. Hopefully you are undertaking effects to help reduce stress on top of addressing your medical issues - though it seems like you are based on you seeing doctors and the medications you list. Hopefully you are making efforts to optimize your health like optimizing your sleep, activity levels, diet and stress reduction techniques. ...Read more
I have a strange buzzing in my head. No blurriness, no dizziness, no tingling in the body. Just a buzz in the back of my head by my left ear.
Tinnitus: Most common reason involves inner ear, a response by your acoustic nerve to degeneration, prior trauma, perhaps loud noise exposure, but could also be due to obstructed eustacian canal, transmitted blood vessel turbulence. Most likely benign and annoying, but might get examined to assure no future risks to hearing. ...Read more
I'm slowly weaning off celexa, (citalopram) how long will I be experiencing the withdrawl symptoms for? Fatigue, body aches, headaches, buzzing in head etc..
Mental Disorder: Depending on how long you are in that medication your body tend to adjust with out the rx, I would say few weeks. Pls ask your psychiatrist. Thanks. ...Read more
I wake up in the night and my body feels like its buzzing all over... Shaking/buzzing from the inside and I feel scared and anxious?? Why is this??
Nightmare: It may be related to so many things but I would like request you to check TSH and follow up with your PCP. ...Read more
When I am at rest, it feels like my body is 'vibrating' or 'buzzing'. What could it be, and no it's nothing dumb like caffeine?
Need more info: Is this a new or lasting problem? If present more than 48-72 hours, you should see your clinician in case you need further evaluation. Hope that Helps. ...Read more
I'm 18 and my entire body feels like its buzzing and I feel off balance, like I will fall over. What could this be?
See doctor: I think you need to see your doctor for a thorough review of your history and physical exam and blood work. So many different things could be the issue. Please see you doctor soon! ...Read more
My B12 level is 230 can this cause my all over body numbness sensation and buzzing feeling down spine to hands and feet when I nod my head...
The symptoms you have can be caused by B12 & your levels are low enough to be causing symptoms. I suggest injections of b12, ideally as methylcobalamin (though hydroxycobalamin is ok) until your levels are
550 or higher. If you still have symptoms after that then it is time to explore other causes. See http://chriskresser. Com/b12-deficiency-a-silent-epidemic-with-serious-consequences. ...Read more
I've had lightheadedness and a buzzing feeling in body for about two years but doctors tell me I'm fine need help scares me?
Lightheaded: Without knowing what kind of evaluations you have gone through, I would recommend seeing your primary care doctor to make sure all of the necessary tests have been accomplished. Most young adults with these symptoms do not have a serious disease, and if it was something serious it likely would have become more evident now after 2 years. ...Read more
I am laying in bed and my legs feel hot and like they are disconnected from my body. Almost like a shaky, buzzing feeling in my legs. What could it be?
Possible RLS: It is possible that you have restless legs syndrome. Consult your doctor or a neurologist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Can anxiety cause sensory issues. Eg, localised buzzing feelings around body & pins and needles feeling. Had this 1 year. Neurologist says migraines.
Yes, it can: Anxiety symptoms are not a sign of illness, they are the mind's ability to produce the "flight or fight" response which gives rise to many physiological changes include chest pains, parasthesia (pins and buzzing feeling), dry mouth, aphasia, tremor and sweating. Depending on the cause of your anxiety symptoms, your health care provider can recommend appropriate treatment. ...Read more
What do you first think of when I patient says they hear and feel a buzzing in their head and can feel electrical shocks in their arms/legs/body when they hear loud noises or are startled? What is an electrical imbalance in the brain/body? How does this
PTSD: This may not be what you have, but you asked what was the first thing that I think of when someone gives that type of history, and for me, it is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. People with PTSD have a heightened "startle response" so loud noises or sudden movements can trigger various responses - anxiety, panic etc. ...Read more
Could anxiety or possibly a somatiform issue cause fasciculations all over, flank, ab + migrating joint pain and burning and buzzing/vibrating feelings in diff parts of body? I'm bipolar II w/ibs.
Possibly: But - medical causes need to be ruled in or out. One can not assume that problems are psychiatric in nature without thorough medical assessment. ...Read more
Slight cough. Headache and ear ache on right side. Rt eye watering and strange buzzing sensations all over body. Chest and sinus ct. Brain neo clear?
Xenoestrogens: They are not good for you if there are not intended to treat (like ethynilestradiol) most chemical compounds introduced by chemical synthesis contains xenoestrogens and there is hard medical evidence that are harmfull to the body disrupting natural cycle. ...Read more
Lumbar spine x-ray: See your physician who will conduct a thorough history and physical exam, including reflexes of the lower extremities. I would also recommend beginning with a plain X-ray of your lower spine ("Lumbar spine" and "sacrum") ...Read more
Yes: If there is a good seal the wound vac will only need to turn on intermittently. ...Read more
Not sure: Nicotine is addicting. You might have developed tolerance to it's stimulant effects which also gives you the 'buzz.' This means you'd need more nicotine/more cigarettes for the same effect. Cigarette smoking harms almost every organ in the body. If by 'not feeling the buzz' you also mean you're under the weather or not feeling quite right, you should see your primary care doc to assess. ...Read more
Drinking in moderation is still drinking....
light the lights being on or off....
or being pregnant or not.....
alcohol is known to impair judgement, lead to potential birth defects, can cause head and neck cancer (more so synergistically when combined with smoking/tobacco) ...Read more
Tinnitus: See an eent doctor for evaluation and therapy. ...Read more