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dd (4yrs) is VIBRATING. I'm slightly alarmed.

(18 Posts)
princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:12:32

When I touch her ear/cheek I can feel a gentle buzzing, vibration.

What could be causing this?? She is not attached to anything electrical.

I noticed it when she came over to me to tell me about ehr drawing . I felt it in her tummy area first, I think, as I had my arm round her, but since I started feeling her to check for the reason for the buzzing I can only feel in in her cheek/face.

I've asked her if she's ok and she says she is.

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:23:03

Anyone?

castille Tue 20-Oct-09 14:23:58

Is she cold? Slight shivering?

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:24:59

Not cold.

fire is on in lounge.

booboobeedoo Tue 20-Oct-09 14:27:06

Is the floor vibrating at all - like the washing machine on in the other room? (sorry if not helpful?!, bit stumped)

suwoo Tue 20-Oct-09 14:29:03

We get this on our underfloor heating, and I remember getting it when I had an electric blanket.

How's the bump?

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:29:32

No nothing like that. I thought she was standing on the laptop wore at first, but nope.

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:30:27

No underfloor heating in lounge.

buzzing not continous.

((bump is huge and rock like))

BrokenBananaTantrum Tue 20-Oct-09 14:31:39

um go outside and stand in the garden and see if she still feels the same......if so it is something in the house and not something wrong with her

let us know

BrokenBananaTantrum Tue 20-Oct-09 14:32:43

sorry that should have said if she is still vibrating in the garden it is something up with her not something in the house.....sorry

ADragonIs4LifeNotJustHalloween Tue 20-Oct-09 14:33:12

Does she have your vibrator in her pocket?

castille Tue 20-Oct-09 14:33:19

lol at her being attached to something electrical

But um, no idea then. How odd!

Poledra Tue 20-Oct-09 14:33:40

Has she 'borrowed' your mobile phone and go it in her pocket? [clutching at straws emoticon]

PrettyCandles Tue 20-Oct-09 14:35:38

Are you sure it is she who is buzzing, and not you?

As Suwoo said, it can be caused by electric blankets. (If it happens when they are switched off, but still on at the mains, then they need urgent repair or replacement!)

I remember feeling strangely buzzy towards the end of one of my pregnancies, and thinking I was lying on the eltctric underblanket - and then remembering that I'd already got rid of it because it was making me buzz. Nothing happened, and eventually the buzzing went away.

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 14:39:31

She's not got my phone.
We don't own an electric blanket.
or a vibrator grin

She's not doing it now, luckily. If she does it again I'll take her outside.

I'm pretty sure it's her and not me.

How odd...

Wallace Tue 20-Oct-09 20:50:37

Any more buzzing?

Any baby yet? wink

princessmel Tue 20-Oct-09 21:58:59

Buzzing stopped thank goodness. Was very odd.

No baby....!!!!

supersalstrawberry Tue 20-Oct-09 22:01:08

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