fuzzy vibrating feelin

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I have not been diagnosed with fibro but have mainly all the symptoms I have started too get a fuzzy vibrating feeling in my body mainly legs feet and back of the head has anyone else had this? Thanks

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    I get internal tremors is that the sort of thing you are experiencing?  I can feel them when they strike but nobody can see anything externally.  Weird but then that is fibro - different for everyone. Hopefully someone who can help more will be along soon!
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    That's exactly how I've described my fibromyalgia pain to my doctor and other people its this vibrating pain all over my body. It's not as severe now that I've cleaned up my diet and don't eat processed foods keep the sugar low try to limit wheat get moderate exercise

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    This vibration is new to me as I have GCA.

    and do not have that kind of symptom.

    Did you ever try massages using an electrical gadget.

    I would give it a try. I use it and it makes me feel good. For arms and legs mostly the joints.

    It is easy to find.

    Stay well.

    iellen

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    I have gotten this along with many other symotoms over the years.  vibrations ears and head. Very weird. I was told eustatian tube dysfuntion. I dont know what to believe. Tmjd too and just strange muscle or nerve stuff. Not even with anxiety but i do have ailments only i wonder if its fibromylegia lately. Of it is or isnt im not even sure it matters. I cant take many meds due to eye ailments. I did read abt fibromylegia on Pinterest there are different degrees of it like anything else. I do wonder if its anxiety exhaustion amd thats the new label too. 

    Anti inflammation diet is a must with all this. Diet really does make a difference. I use ginger for dizzy and inflammation i think is there. Celery juiced is suppose to be great and eat avacadoes. I try to avoid junk or candy and such. I just for a ebook about keifer and fermented foods but seems gross lol.

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      Thank you for your reply yes I will be trying a new diet and reading up about inflammation and what foods are best too eat. The fizzy feeling is still there ut not as much as it was and I am feeling alot better touch wood it stays like that. I am at doctors monday for an ANA blood tests so should hopefully know whats going on next week. x
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    I had my gallbladder removed last year, and I dealt with a lot of pain over 4 years because of it. As time has gone by I started getting pain in my face and my mouth like a dull. Aching and then my ear would. Like burn, left is worst than right and what you are describing by there is what I have been feeling. I have had many a and e out breaks only to be told that it's psychological and mentally I'm. Insane! Even been sent of mental Health courses and it's why I hate GPS. They put me on medication for Trigeminal Neuralgia. All my doctor has stated is that if have you have had a lot of pain your head cannot take it or the body so Fibromanalgia can happen. Sorry I cant spell that word, I just don't think doctors know half the time in my opinion I think it's why people suffer because they cba for the hassle.

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