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what can this "bubbly feeling be"?

(6 Posts)
MrsJackAubrey Sat 16-Feb-13 21:44:15

I've had this, Namechange, and i think it was a trapped nerve - it went away after a few weeks. I guess you could try osteopathy?

mangledmess Fri 15-Feb-13 20:48:39

Could just be a tingley nerve in the vagina region.

PeachActiviaMinge Thu 14-Feb-13 14:59:42

I've had this feeling a couple of times exactly the same as you describe but I am pregnant. TBH if there is any chance no matter how small you could be pregnant you should probably test just to rule it out.

namechangecity Thu 14-Feb-13 14:51:03

thanks but not that helpful as currently away and cannot get to doctor for several weeks- will try posting in chat. thanks

tabbycat15 Thu 14-Feb-13 14:13:04

I have no idea but you would be best to see a Dr.

namechangecity Thu 14-Feb-13 12:55:02

had to name change for this.

ok - may be hypocondriac (sp?) here. For some time I have had like bubbly (imagine what you see when you look at constant stream of bubbles at top of bottle of fizz when you open it) feeling in my (for want of a better word) vagina? not up it/inside but it feels like in it - the front bit of my body where opubic triangle is ( or maybe just at top of vagina) not inside. At the moment I have felt it all morning. Ths is going to be difficult to understand if you have never had it I am sure. Any idea what it might be? worse case? also very achey breasts for week or so. And before anyone asks it would be VERY unlikely to be a pregnancy. I am just hoping it is not serious.

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