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Hi, I guess it is difficult to explain this to somwone who has not experienced it. It's a like some parts of your body acts like a vibrating cell phone. It could feel like a buzzing bee i forst thought i had a bug under my tshirt when i felt vibration on my left shoulder, and it was gone yet i have had pins and needles or still pain atbmy left shoulder. Or vibrations could be wide spread like abdominal vibrations, feels like all nerves(?)/veins(?)/cells(?) or a branching net inside your body intensely vibrate feeling like you are given electricity. For some it becomes 7/24, like me. It can get intense or get lighter more obvious when you lie down if it gets calm during the day. It feels it has to do something with the flow of blood, I mean flawed blood circulation, or infected veins, or a reaction to foreign bodies like infection or toxins. Over sensitisation is a syndrom not the root cause, I guess.

I also hqd left side teeth problem which I hope to write later. But in general I have had many symptoms...

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I understand exactly what your talking about I’ve had same feeling thru out my body since last May. It started really intense and then calmed down. I’ve had 3 vaccines and still feel it has something to do with vaccines or getting covid. Right now I have good days/bad days of mostly buzzing in my legs. At night it’s really bad and my legs feel so weak when walking. I have been to a neurologist, heart doctor, primary doctor with extensive blood work, MRI and no one can say what it is except restless leg syndrome. I know its not that because I don’t have the need to move my legs with this issue. So everyday I live with this buzzing, vibrating, and muscle spasms and everyday I hope they will not be there the next day…..take care of yourself and hopefully someday they will discover what has caused these issues.

I relate to the idea that you can feel electricity throughout your body. Mine is constant but not severe, not painful, but it affects my stability.