Internal vibrations

Posted by redladyjoni @redladyjoni, Nov 26, 2018

I started having the only way I can explain it is internal vibrations. I’ve had them for 3 months now, I went to t hihe ER and they told me it was anxiety. A doctor diagnosed me at a clinic as having Lyme disease I’ve started a 21-day prescription of Doxycycline I’m on day 7. I went to a psychiatrist a week ago to get something because of my nerves are just over the brink. He prescribed me Gabapentin and Valium I’ve only been on them a few days.
Has anyone experienced these internal vibrations?I have them almost 24/7 chest neck stomach from the hips down. I have more lab tests that should be in today, but the doctor’s office said that they would not call unless there was some abnormality in the lab work.

yes I have them all day every and cannot get diagnosed 2 neurologist same office say anxiety it is NOT anxiety no reslove I am miserable and have tinnitus too

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Yes yes yes. My psych nurse said it could be my medication. I have not seen the doctor yet but have a physical coming up. I call them internal tremors or quivers. Mine comes in spurts. I'll get them for a few weeks then go months without them then they come back again. I was worried it was a seizure thing. Because it happens so little I never think to ask my doctor when I see her. I hope you get it figured out.

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@cathy514

yes I have them all day every and cannot get diagnosed 2 neurologist same office say anxiety it is NOT anxiety no reslove I am miserable and have tinnitus too

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Yes I was told it was anxiety also they put me on gabapentin and Valiums and I still have them 24/7 this is been going on a little over 3 months well it's hitting the four-month mark almost now no help no diagnosis ugh

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@mermaid1935

Yes yes yes. My psych nurse said it could be my medication. I have not seen the doctor yet but have a physical coming up. I call them internal tremors or quivers. Mine comes in spurts. I'll get them for a few weeks then go months without them then they come back again. I was worried it was a seizure thing. Because it happens so little I never think to ask my doctor when I see her. I hope you get it figured out.

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I was not on any medication and had not been on any medication when they started.

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@cathy514

yes I have them all day every and cannot get diagnosed 2 neurologist same office say anxiety it is NOT anxiety no reslove I am miserable and have tinnitus too

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@cathy514 How long have you had internal vibrations?

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Can this be part of Fibromyalgia. I know the central nervous system is in overdrive and I always feel like I am in a fight or flight mode. I have taken too many medications to name, to no avail. Is there someone monitoring these post, who may give some insight?

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@crankyunicorn68

I have been experiencing tremors, internal vibrations, trouble walking and talking. I've got to get a second opinion because my neurologist doesn't think it's anything to worry about. I have RA, Fibro, MCTD, and other things. I'm thinking MS because I have never heard of the other diseases cause this trouble. Any ideas?

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Hello @crankyunicorn68, Welcome to Connect. I can relate to your wanting to get to the bottom of your health problem. I have idiopathic small fiber PN and Connect has helped me learn a lot about my condition by sharing my story and learning what others are doing for treatments. It's good that you are searching for answers. Another tool you can use for research is Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/) – it will find more medical and research type information and you can sort by year which lets you get the newest information. I'm not familiar with the internal tremors but there is some information on Mayo Clinics site here:

Essential tremor
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/essential-tremor/symptoms-causes/syc-20350534

Sometimes if there is doubt it can be helpful to get a second opinion. I’m not sure if it is an option for you but if it is, the Mayo Clinic is very good at diagnosing health issues that are difficult to diagnose. If you would like get a second opinion from Mayo Clinic, you can find the contact information for
the Minnesota, Arizona and Florida campuses here http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63.

I'm tagging our moderator @ethanmcconkey to see if we should move your post to the following discussion where it will receive more visibility with others talking about internal vibrations.

> Groups > Brain & Nervous System > Internal vibrations
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/internal-viberations/

@crankyunicorn68 are you having any worsening symptoms from your other health conditions that have been diagnosed?

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@johnbishop

Hello @crankyunicorn68, Welcome to Connect. I can relate to your wanting to get to the bottom of your health problem. I have idiopathic small fiber PN and Connect has helped me learn a lot about my condition by sharing my story and learning what others are doing for treatments. It's good that you are searching for answers. Another tool you can use for research is Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/) – it will find more medical and research type information and you can sort by year which lets you get the newest information. I'm not familiar with the internal tremors but there is some information on Mayo Clinics site here:

Essential tremor
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/essential-tremor/symptoms-causes/syc-20350534

Sometimes if there is doubt it can be helpful to get a second opinion. I’m not sure if it is an option for you but if it is, the Mayo Clinic is very good at diagnosing health issues that are difficult to diagnose. If you would like get a second opinion from Mayo Clinic, you can find the contact information for
the Minnesota, Arizona and Florida campuses here http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63.

I'm tagging our moderator @ethanmcconkey to see if we should move your post to the following discussion where it will receive more visibility with others talking about internal vibrations.

> Groups > Brain & Nervous System > Internal vibrations
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/internal-viberations/

@crankyunicorn68 are you having any worsening symptoms from your other health conditions that have been diagnosed?

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Pain everywhere, swelling, numbness & tingling mostly in my legs and feet, extreme fatigue, vision and speech issues, trouble walking and balance is off, constipation and urgency to urinate to the point that I sometimes have accidents. I can't think straight most of the time, trying to type this is difficult. We have a Mayo Clinic here in Wisconsin, it's about three hours north from where I am in Janesville, WI. I have to change my HMO come October in order to see a specialist there.

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I have been experiencing tremors, internal vibrations, trouble walking and talking. I've got to get a second opinion because my neurologist doesn't think it's anything to worry about. I have RA, Fibro, MCTD, and other things. I'm thinking MS because I have never heard of the other diseases cause this trouble. Any ideas?

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Hi @crankyunicorn68 you may have noticed I moved your post to this discussion on internal vibrations that @johnbishop suggested. Simply click VIEW & REPLY in your email notification to get to your post.

Are these symptoms constant? Is there anything you can do to lessen them at this time?

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I have what feels like a phantom cell phone vibration in my right leg. I am still without a diagnosis. Mayo clinic received my biopsy sample from wf Baptist hospital in Winston Salem, nc, theee weeks ago and has since then requested my MRI's.

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@redladyjoni

Yes I was told it was anxiety also they put me on gabapentin and Valiums and I still have them 24/7 this is been going on a little over 3 months well it's hitting the four-month mark almost now no help no diagnosis ugh

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I am new to this forum and I’m not sure if you are still having the issue, I had a similar situation for two years and it was finally resolved. I realize your post is nine months old I’m just curious if you’re still having the same vibration issue.

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Hello Patty @jesussaves1, Welcome to Connect. Thank you for posting and joining the dicussion. Are you able to share a little more about your diagnosis and how it was finally resolved? I'm sure @crankyunicorn68 and other members would love to hear what helped you.

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Here is my story… About two years I developed this vibration from my rectum all the way to my head. The vibration became so loud and uncomfortable, the doctors explained it as being stuck between fight and flight. Anxiety was awful. I was given Xanax, Ativan, gabapentin, antidepressants and Ambien to sleep. The noise was so loud I went to the emergency room twice because I thought I was having a heart attack. I went to a cardiologist, neurologist, G.I. doctor, Endo doctor, PCP. Everyone just gave me a pill.
Finally… I went to a place here in Phoenix with my husband because he wanted to lose weight. Although I only had 10 to 15 pounds to lose I filled out the paperwork just as he did. The doctor looked at my husband and said your wife needs to be here more than you. I was very fidgety, I couldn’t hold still. was constantly shaking my leg. I figured I had tried everything else why not give this a try. I was desperate! It’s called a Candida cleanse (goggle it, too much to explain here) and apparently the noise was coming from my digestive system. It needed a break. I am happy to report that vibrations are totally gone! In addition to that, I no longer need my Metformin and I no longer need my blood pressure medication.!! My gut is clean my body is feeling amazing although the last two years have been hell I can honestly say I feel better than I have in years.😊 I hope this helps someone!!
Food will heal you or kill you!! I’m a believer now.

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@jesussaves1

Here is my story… About two years I developed this vibration from my rectum all the way to my head. The vibration became so loud and uncomfortable, the doctors explained it as being stuck between fight and flight. Anxiety was awful. I was given Xanax, Ativan, gabapentin, antidepressants and Ambien to sleep. The noise was so loud I went to the emergency room twice because I thought I was having a heart attack. I went to a cardiologist, neurologist, G.I. doctor, Endo doctor, PCP. Everyone just gave me a pill.
Finally… I went to a place here in Phoenix with my husband because he wanted to lose weight. Although I only had 10 to 15 pounds to lose I filled out the paperwork just as he did. The doctor looked at my husband and said your wife needs to be here more than you. I was very fidgety, I couldn’t hold still. was constantly shaking my leg. I figured I had tried everything else why not give this a try. I was desperate! It’s called a Candida cleanse (goggle it, too much to explain here) and apparently the noise was coming from my digestive system. It needed a break. I am happy to report that vibrations are totally gone! In addition to that, I no longer need my Metformin and I no longer need my blood pressure medication.!! My gut is clean my body is feeling amazing although the last two years have been hell I can honestly say I feel better than I have in years.😊 I hope this helps someone!!
Food will heal you or kill you!! I’m a believer now.

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I can’t figure out how to edit so I will just add to my story. I forgot to mention that I no longer take any of the medications prescribed. Absolutely no medications!!😊

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