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I had last 10 days Tinnitus in my ears. I haven't been exposed to any noise environment, neither accident. It's like you hear vibration. Any medicine?
Long list of causes: List of causes of Tinnitus is very long. From Eustachian tube dysfunction, medication, vascular malformations, tumors, middle ear muscle spasms to temperomandibular joint problems. See a good ENT doctor who will take thorough history and arrow down the cause specific for your tinnitus symptoms. Good luck. ...Read more
Pregnancy?: The first step is a pregnancy test. If negative then the next most likely thing is an intestinal problem since the only thing moving in an abdomen are the guts. A gastroenterologist can evaluate. If that is normal then see an Obgyn to exclude ovarian and uterine pathology. ...Read more
VIBRATION: Vascular issues and neurologic issues can cause this symptom. Low back issues or malformations in the blood vessels can cause several symptoms, however, a neurologic cause bay not be related to the spine and could be a periferral neurologic issue especially if other extremities are involved. ...Read more
Trere are number of problems that may cause your symptom: hemorrhoid, vaginitis, vulvovaginitis, ect. Assuming that you are likely in postmenopausal state, it might be estrogen deficiency as well.
Please understand that it is just theory.
The best way is to be examined by your primary doctor or gynecologist to establish your diagnosis. ...Read more
Vibrations: The sensation of vibrations can stem from minor tremors of muscles in your neck or back. Another possibility is mild irritability of superficial nerves in those areas. Apparently you're not aware of these sensations when you're up and about or active. I doubt there is a serious problem but if you're still concerned, consult your physician or a neurologist. ...Read more
Is it possible to get a nerve test done to check out what's wrong with my vibration sensation under my skin?
Yes: Neurologists test sensory modalities in general. Check in with a neurologist to see if there are specific tests for vibration sense. The symptoms may relate to some other disorder of the nerves, spinal cord or brain. ...Read more
I am cellular like vibrations in my pubic area. Started this Thursday and comes and goes. No other symptoms with it.
Sense of vibration in pubic area is not a common symptom and need careful assessment, the causes can be variable including pelvic infections, compression of nerves at the back or neuralgia of pudendal nerve that supply this region, other causes include hormonal imbalance or pelvic mass
I suggest review by gynecologist or your family doctor ...Read more
Why would vibrations, like from loud music or being in a car, worsen pain (from (supposed) persistent sesamoiditis)?
I'm not sure: But why haven't you treated the seasmoiditis? ...Read more
I have been having a vibration sort of buzzing in my chest. It started about 3 days ago and comes and goes. Never had it before.
At your age, with a: Normal pulse and BP during event, no chest pain, unlikely cardiac. Vibration and buzz are good descriptions but do not fit with a typical diagnosis in that area. I see u have migraines, what about back pain? Do u sleep well? Try an antacid for reflux, low probability. Anxiety would lead my list, it lowers ur physical sensation filter. See ur gp; I doubt they find anything but may b wrong. Gd luc. ...Read more
Three times now I have experienced a very strong vibration at the top of my head and have come very close to passing out. What can be causing this?
Fem-58 yrs a few times in the past several months I wake up with internal vibrations in chest area. It goes on and off a couple times and then stops?
Blepharospasm: Vibration of the eyelids is called blepharospasm. It is often associated with stress and/or fatigue. You should have an eye exam by a physician to make sure there is no underlying eye problem. Botox is sometimes used to treat blepharospasm once it is determined that there is no eye problem causing the eyelids to twitch or vibrate. ...Read more
Vibration?: If it is bothersome to u, talk to u pcp. ...Read more
Uncertain.: Ordinary daily activities, including the vibration of riding on a bus, or similar normal activities, pose no risk related to ones pacemaker. ...Read more
Pinched nerve: This symptom is commonly seen with pinched nerves. ...Read more
Fasiculations: Muscle spasms, (fasicularions) can b from electrolyte changes, diet or those w heavy exercise (which can also inc Lactic Acid in muscle ; cause sim feeling.). If assoc exercise, back off intensity, inc freq ; fluid to help rid body of built up acids. If occurring randomly look at your diet. If u r like most us teens more fruit ; veg also good. Back or GI can also cause sim symptom. Feel better. ...Read more
Ocular Migraine: These are called scintillating schotomas- part of the ocular migraine or ophthalmic (also called ocular) migraine. Patients have spasms of the arteries at supply the eye and get these symptoms. Temporary loss of blood flow causes temporary sight loss. If it persists or interferes with daily activities then go to your primary care doctor for an exam and treatment. ...Read more