Electric Shock Syndrome: My NEW Menopausal Symptom!

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Hello Lovely Ladies....

For the past month, I have felt electricity run through my left hip at night only; it is very annoying and disturbing, to say the least! That being said, have ANY of you.... experienced electricity going through ANY part of your body? Let me know your thoughts.

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    Hello Vivian I had those. My first experience was in the middle of the night, the worst time to get something as horrific like that. Mine was a electric shock through the middle of my head. It is definitely scary. I was told it's just another annoying symptom. Hang in there

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      Hello HP...

      Yes, you're absolutely right; it is yet another ANNOYING symptom. I'm going to practice patience, because I know, this symptom too... will pass! Suffice it to say, I will wait for the next symptom to pay me an unwanted visit, LOL.

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    Hi Vivian,

    My electric shock 'spot' is in my left ribs, from my back to under my boob.

    I can go months without having any, and then they come back with a vengeance and stay for weeks at a time.

    Sorry you are suffering this one too!

    Wishing you a string of good days!


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    My mom is in postmenopausal phase, after 1.5 years she sometimes get electric shock syndrome passing in her head and as you said in left rib under her breast passing sideways. Along with this she get numbness in her left arm and light headed.

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