flutter/twitchy feeling in abdomen

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any one else have a weird flutter feeling in their abdomen? Left side bottom near rib?

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    I once got very sharp and painful muscle spasms right in the location you are describing.  It was very odd, and had never happened before.  
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    Hi Angel,

    yes i do indeed have fluttering in my belly like when your baby moves. Ive had mri, cat scans, colonoscopy. No Dr can explain it, ive ended up with anxiety, depression all since i had my gallbladder out in March 2016. I do believe it could be anxiety i call it angry butterflies, and there are some articles on the web. I also have flutters in the butt. Also some hormones are made in the gut from what ive read! Im taking a high strength probiotic, lots of water. Good healthy food, but its still there! 

    Do the flutters worsen at any time in the day, are they constant. Can you relate it to any food? Or anxiety?

    i also get muscle twitches all over, inner trembling. its all too much at times isnt it!

    i hope it settles for both of us!

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      Hi Carol I can't pinpoint what causes the flutters. I do have GAD so I'm guessing this has a lot to do with them. Before I had GAD I had the flutters,  but not as bad. Now I let them really get to me and convince myself it's my heart and then I panic! It's terrible. 

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    I occasionally have them in random places... I've noticed it in my back and buttocks.

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    Yes I have this alot

     

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