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Wierd vibrating or buzzing pelvis - help!

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SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:13:29

Another thread reminded me about this and I wondered if anyone else experiences it or knows what it is...

I often have a strange vibrating sensation in my pelvis, on the left side above my hip. There have been several occasions when I went to get my mobile phone out of my pocket because it was vibrating, only to find that my phone was on the other side of the room and that it was me that was making the buzzing shock

WTF is it?

Please tell me I am not a total freak.

jooseyfruit Thu 16-Oct-08 19:14:51

love eggs?

LovelyDear Thu 16-Oct-08 19:14:56

i have it too. fascinating.

Elibean Thu 16-Oct-08 19:19:29

I've had that too, very odd hmm

Liffey Thu 16-Oct-08 19:20:42

Stop joking. I had that when I was pregnant, and I used to worry somehting was badly wrong. Everybdy I asked about it made a smutty remark! I googled it and found nothing. Both children were fine though, and normal deliveries (although both 3 wks early).

Are you prg op?

Liffey Thu 16-Oct-08 19:21:30

Oh, I've seen your screen name. Right. Well, don't take the mickey! ha ha.

(seriously, this really happens to some people).

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:22:10

Am not pg. I've had it for about 2 years my DS is 3.

I did make the mistake of googling 'vibrating pelvis' but that is not a good idea if you want anything other than smut.

Am glad other people have it!

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:23:13

Oh gosh, this is my normal name. A bad coincidence. Should have name changed! Ooops.

I really do have this, honestly!

Liffey Thu 16-Oct-08 19:24:14

Oh right! I thought I'd been gullible!

S1ur Thu 16-Oct-08 19:26:54

I have never heard of this but am happy to google on your behalf - my computer is already filled with bizarre porn and david tennant images all down to mning anyway.



superbunny is reg.

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:33:18

lol @ porn being down to MNing.

What can you find, Slur? It is very odd.

S1ur Thu 16-Oct-08 19:34:29

this is interesting anecdotally It seems there are a world of vibrating women out there. The random stranger nurse type at top of forum article thinks muscular twitches

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:39:13

It can't be anything serious then, can it. Twitching muscles. How strange. It feels more like it is in the bone that muscle but I am so taken aback every time it happens, I don't think I pay much attention to exactly what it is.

I am usually worried that other people will hear it blush

Thanks, Slur

2point4kids Thu 16-Oct-08 19:39:58

I had this in the few weeks after DS1 was born.
It freaked me out completely.

I put it down afterwards t perhaps having an infection or something like that.. but perhaps I am just odd like you lot grin

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:42:53

Odd? shock How very dare you!

wink

I am so glad I haven't mentioned this in real life. Will definitely keep quiet, I think!

S1ur Thu 16-Oct-08 19:44:06

Well some think it might be trigger by trauma (as in birth or pg for eg) or nerve compression.

But this is google remember, if it continues and bugs you you need to get thee to the gps just to check. Even if they just look blankly at you and shrug their shoudlers.

GordonTheGhoul Thu 16-Oct-08 19:44:40

Ooh ooh I have this too!

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 19:49:28

I only just saw my dr. I am not going back for a year so it will have to wait. It doesn't hurt, it is just odd!

Thanks for helping and to those who have confessed smile

Liffey Thu 16-Oct-08 20:01:09

Yes, don't mention it in rl! I made the mistake of saying something like "you know that buzzing you get down there when you're pregnant?" 3 faces like this hmm look back at me.

SuperBunny Thu 16-Oct-08 20:51:08

lol

I shall keep my vibrating pelvis to myself grin

Mammynetty62 Sat 04-Mar-17 08:27:22

Hi there, I have this and it's driving me crazy!!! It's not painful just very annoying. I am 55 and have two grown up children. I experienced it years ago when I was starting the menopause and a friend told me she gets it and that it was hormonal. It suddenly stopped but five years on its reappeared! I've had it for a week, like a buzzing on my pelvic bone, like a trapped nerve sensation? It stops when I apply pressure on it but don't think it's a great idea to walk around with my hand on my groin! Anyway I googled it and saw this thread. If nothing else it's reassuring to know am not the only one!! Thanks

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