Re: Any help appreciated, buzzing sensation all over 24/7
You call it a buzzing sensation. I describe mine as a vibration. It started about 2 or 3 months back, at least, I noticed it more then. I was seeing a doctor for a toenail fungus, and he put me on lamisil. Think that's how it's spelled. I reported to him that I had experienced two incidents of vibration similar to an earthquake. Second one was so strong that I stood to run outside, but I noticed nothing was moving but me. After that incident. Things have grown in number but not intensity. I've asked my wife and others to touch my arm or hand to see if can feel anything. Always a negative answer. The doctor I was seeing for the fungus wanted me to see a Neuro. I put it off and stopped seeing him. Now that this is still happening, I'm going next month to see a neurologist. His nurse said I should keep a journal of dates and details. Even reading what I wrote cures my insomnia. If you want to know if you're boring, try keeping a journal.
Sorry, I digressed. I have tried for weeks to find anything similar to what I'm experiencing. MS, fibromyalgia are the only things that I've read that come close. But I've never been exposed to asbestos to my knowledge. MS is another story. In 2008, I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy with a 30% loss of nerves. Pretty unnerving news. Same doctor told me a year later that I didn't have it or any nerve loss. So I lost him.
My health has been pretty good except for prostate cancer (which has been gone for 2.5 years), and gall bladder operation. I'm 60, under tall for my weight, and I vibrate. There is no pain associated with the vibration, but my arms, hands, legs and feet hurt with cramps daily. Holding my iPad gets difficult within minutes, but laptop is too heavy to battle.
That's my tale. Does anyone experience anything similar? Thanks.