Weird things your body does, and you wonder if it happens to others too?

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OHforDUCKScake Thu 19-Jul-12 21:14:02

I know Im not the only one.

I cant even be arsed to name change, here goes.

Nervous fanny.

You know when someone falls - hard and cracks their chin or elbow or whatever, my stomach drops, I get a shot of anxiety that shoots through the pit of my stomach down to my fanny. Right in the middle of my fanny I get a horrible feeling of anxiety.

Its only started in the last few years, its really unpleasant. Its like a bolt of aniexty, and I ONLY get it when someone hurts themselves. Wtf is that all about?

Anyway, what weird shit does your body do? Confess.

Beepbopboop Mon 23-May-16 00:30:25

And sometimes I get the sensation of water dripping down my legs. But when I look there is no water.

Beepbopboop Mon 23-May-16 00:28:25

If my electric toothbrush runs out of battery and I have to use a manual one my teeth feel like marshmallows.
Whilst exercising sometimes I can hear/feel a ticking in my brain.
Every time I go outside I sneeze within a minute.
After drinking alcohol my teeth really really ache the next day, and after just one drink my hands/arms go numb. (Lightweight)
After sex I always hiccup. hmm

Ohmygodareyouserious Thu 19-May-16 15:18:55

I used to get little shooting pains in my head all the time, not painful just worrying. I went to the Doc and he said 'are they like little electric shocks? yes I said, 'that is exactly what they are like' (thankful that I was not going mad) and he said 'I have no idea what that is'??

PissOffJournalists Fri 06-May-16 15:14:23

Reading a story out loud makes me yawn. No idea why because I manage to hold conversations perfectly well without yawning so why should reading aloud be any different? confused

Dizzybintess Thu 05-May-16 22:38:07

I have a nerve on my back that when massaged makes me twitch like a carp flopping about on a beach!!!

PissOffJournalists Mon 02-May-16 17:35:56

Using an electric toothbrush makes me need a pee.

knitknack Mon 02-May-16 09:08:58

Omg boomer - I have that tick too! Sorry to post on this old thread but I'm just so glad to hear that I'm not alone! smile

HarimadSol Mon 04-Jan-16 18:53:13

I sometimes have a full-body shiver just after a wee.

I get one strong hiccup after the first drink of a cold can of Coke.

I can give myself a mild case of goosebumps on each limb by lightly tickling the associated quadrant of my abdomen.

AgeingArtemis Mon 04-Jan-16 16:13:31

I don't get the "nervous fanny" thing, but I get a similar anxiety feeling in the sole of my foot

I often get a weird (mildly unpleasant, but not horrible) feeling in my vagina/vulva area when drinking alcohol- I'd be really interested to know if anyone else gets this as I've done a quick google and can't find anything!

Boomerwang Mon 04-Jan-16 08:08:53

Chewing raisins makes my teeth sensitive and they all feel loose in my gums. Only the dark raisins not the soft sultanas.

I've also had javelin arse, a buzzing fanjo and linked nerves (upper inner thigh waxing used to create all sorts of sensations over my body)

I have some kind of 'tic' which makes me draw in my arm and tense the muscles so that the forearm and upper arm come together (like a T Rex's upper arms held close to the body). It makes me feel like I'm 'resetting' myself. When I'm typing I often have to scratch one of my fingers with my thumbnail to do the same 'reset'. I also shake down an imaginary watch on my other arm. I haven't worn a watch for about ten years and when I did it never slipped down my arm.

Binkybix Wed 30-Dec-15 21:00:46

When I'm very tired it really feels like I'm wearing a hat.

MothertotheLordsofmisrule Mon 28-Dec-15 22:04:56

I sneeze with extra strong mints and when drinking bitter.

I also seem incapable of not biting my own cheeks when eating.

WitchWay Sat 26-Dec-15 20:06:32

Javelin Arse has a proper medical name: Proctalgia Fugax grin

I get "nervous bladder" if I see someone, usually a child, falling over or doing something dangerous - a horrible need-to-wee feeling in the bottom of my abdomen

Sneezing with extra strong mints & eyebrow plucking

Fanny bubbles

JohnThomas69 Wed 16-Dec-15 04:30:57

Quite often while at rest I get a sudden burst of fast successive heartbeats which end with the feeling that it's beat so hard it's rattled the back of my throat resulting in a short coughing fit.

sazza76 Tue 08-Dec-15 04:48:12

I get hiccups when I eat burgers, bacon or sausages but not with pork!

LovelyKittenMittens13 Tue 01-Dec-15 02:54:20


Everytime i get near sharp wrist is itchy..I cant stop scratching till I get away
Is it because I used to do self harm and it's calling me again?

LovelyKittenMittens13 Tue 01-Dec-15 02:52:36


goindowntoyasgursfarm Mon 20-Apr-15 16:45:13

Oh, and the breastfeeding feeling that I got (but only in the first 2 or 3 weeks) was not happy or sad, particularly, but felt like I was tripping! Slightly stoned/psychedelic vision thing going on ...grin

goindowntoyasgursfarm Mon 20-Apr-15 15:10:50

When I start to get really tired in the evenings and am vegging in front of the telly haven't moved for a while, I get the urge to tickle myself really gently, usually up and down my arms but can be neck/torso too, until I can't bear it any more, then I give the area a good scratch. No idea why I'm compelled to do this, but have done it as long as I can remember. Anyone else?!

wallypops Fri 27-Mar-15 14:09:56

I get the vibrating fanny/bum thing - very disconcerting.

I can't sleep on my ears - it cuts of the blood circulation in my ears and it hurts a lot when you let the flow start again.

Re the period stopping over night thing - I thought that's just because of a lack of gravity, so the blood pools until you resume uprightness and it can trickle out?

poppym12 Tue 24-Mar-15 21:39:00

my eyes sweat if i eat strong cheese or too much cheese.

when i have a wee, i have to tickle the top of my right butt cheek to get the last few drops out. (if anyone else tickles my right butt cheek i get an urge to pee).

if i'm in a bad mood, my eyes change colour (apparently).

not had a nervous foof though. i feel i'm missing out confused

redautumnleaves Tue 24-Mar-15 03:03:18

BendyMum, the nervous/sad feeling you get when you start to breastfeed is caused by something called DMER. Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex. It's not pleasant. I had this for the first 6 months or so when I bf.

pearpotter Tue 24-Mar-15 02:27:43

Sounds a bit like goitre, mummatron.

winniethewhoo Tue 24-Mar-15 01:54:21

haven't read every page yet but TheNamesTheyAreAChangin I have the belly button - fanjo connection too... WHAT is that about?!

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