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Why is my vagina (that general area) vibrating??

(87 Posts)
idobelieveinfairies Tue 03-Feb-09 16:01:50

It's really annoying today...it feels like their is a mobile phone in their that starts vibrating now and again.

It's mainly when i am sitting down, i know it sounds really odd but does anyone else get this.

There is nothing left in their i promise blush

MrsMerryHenry Thu 05-Feb-09 17:33:09

Just let Uncle Rolfy and his wobble board soothe your woes...

inzidoodle Thu 05-Feb-09 17:37:43

OMG I get this, I often think I have left my mobile there.......blush not that I use my phone on vibrate down there grin I sometimes put my phone between my legs in the car and leave it on vibrate so I know if someone has called when the music is on....I have often reached down thinking its vibrating and its sat in the seat next to me!!! (This was before the not answering phones in the car Law!!!!!!)

solo Thu 05-Feb-09 18:04:30

MrsTH, I like Rolf Harris. No! I love Rolf Harris! grin

mumofdjandbabies Thu 05-Feb-09 18:44:15

I have a theory shock have the vibrating vagina crew had csections or vaginal deliveries?

I have only had c sections maybe the surgeon lost his moby inside me when his wife rang during the op to ask what time he would be home for tea shockwink

No seriously I am wondering...... maybe if youve had sections your nerves get damaged and vibrate???blush

Blow my theory out of the water girls grin

flamingtoaster Thu 05-Feb-09 19:42:53

MrsMerryHenry

Mumofdjandbabies - Good theory but I've had two c-sections and I do not vibrate.

SuperBunny Thu 05-Feb-09 21:18:39

Vaginal delivery = vibrating pelvis here

No mobiles anywhere inside me afaik

EachPeachPearMum Fri 06-Feb-09 03:43:32

I had this in pg.... was very o d d

Clairemargaret Fri 06-Feb-09 14:28:05

Sorry to inject a practical note, as I'm enjoying all the jollity, but if it feels like a fizzy sensation it could be an infection (not necessarily an STD, I hasten to add!). I had something like this and antibiotics cleared it up. But I'm not a doctor - any medical people on here?

bohemianbint Fri 06-Feb-09 17:44:45

Ooooh, I had this recently, just like a trapped nerve, it was very odd.

Also, recently after MNing too long in the same position, I stood up and had pins and needles in the fanjo. Has anyone had that? Disturbing...

idobelieveinfairies Fri 06-Feb-09 22:37:56

I have had vaginal births and 2 c-sections...but the last one was 4 years ago....but i have a lot of scar tissue on the inside.

Hope it isn't an infection sad..it's all gone for now anyhow.

I think i might keep a vibrating vagina diary..and see if there are any clues as to what it might be.

I am hoping it might be my clip coming loose grin

I've had the pins and needles fanjo too...it's a very weird feeling grin

bohemianbint Sat 07-Feb-09 09:44:13

Oh, I'm glad soemone else has had it. Now you mention it though, I don't remember any of this weirdness pre-baby. hmm

RoflRolf Fri 28-Feb-14 22:05:30

PMSL This is the most hilarious thread we have ever read, omg we are absolutely in tears here: "Rolf" lol - what a classic.

We came on here looking for info about my missus' vibrating vagina smile found out some other ppl have had it but most of all had a right giggle. Keep it going. Right off to see if the missus' needs any help with that.

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