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I have an intermittent vibrating sensation in the front

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I have an intermittent vibrating sensation in the front right pelvic area and inside of my thigh. Like a phone vibrating in my pocket.
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Customer: I just noticed it last night. It seems to happen when standing or walking more than when sitting. I'm taking simvastatin 10 mg for the past yr. Don't know if that has anything to do with it.
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Customer: Taking a low dose of blood pressure meds for years. 65 yrs old in pretty good shape.
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 7 months ago.


It sounds that you probably have a nerve irritation that is causing a limited muscle fasciculation . These occur time to time and feel as you describe a phone buzzing. What happens is that a small nerve branch that controls a muscle has a sequence of rapid firing and the muscle twitches in a rapid burst. It is very common to occur of the eyelids for example . Some people may experience scattered fasciculation of multpile muscle groups ...

This issue is generally harmless and transient. If an ongoing problem or broader type symptoms then check with your doctor.

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