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Well, OK it's not actually vibrating, but I keep getting a sensation similar to vibrating. Whenever it happens I reach for my cell phone only to find it wasn't my phone. It's started doing this today and it's not scaring me, it's just weird. Well, if anyone could help that would be awesome :)

asked Jul 25 '11 at 23:49

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closed Jul 31 '11 at 23:57

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@Pizzscn: just putting "[Closed]" in the title doesn't close it. I will close it for you.

(Jul 31 '11 at 23:56) TheTechDude TheTechDude's gravatar image

The question has been closed for the following reason "Other" by kevin Jul 31 '11 at 23:57

i think that you need a doctor.

answered Jul 26 '11 at 02:35

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Phantom Vibrations maybe? I always feel weird vibrations in my pocket where I keep my phone so I check my phone but nothing's changed.

answered Jul 26 '11 at 02:47

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i think the vibrations in your pocket have other explanations

(Jul 26 '11 at 20:38) ChuckysChild ChuckysChild's gravatar image

i agree with krazdkiller

(Jul 26 '11 at 22:50) Dalek OverSeer Dalek%20OverSeer's gravatar image

My friend had this same problem, and everytime i hanged out with him he would talk about it. I never did find out about it, but it coube be in your head. Dont worry about it, it can't be that serious.

answered Jul 26 '11 at 04:30

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I have a similar problem only it's more along the lines of my whole body above the waist. I have a condition called Essential Tremors that causes most of it, but the part in my right arm is caused from a pinched nerve in my neck. When it gets bad my right arm will jerk all by itself just out of no where. My wife kinda thinks I am rockin out to my favorite tune and I think I am just sitting still watching TV :) HaHa But seriously if you think there is something NOT right you should at least see a doctor because it could be a pinched nerve in your neck or shoulder. If it's the arm you use a mouse with you could be stressing your elbow by having weight on it the whole time your using the mouse, thus aggravating the nerves in your elbow.

answered Jul 26 '11 at 10:08

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I have the same problem but with random parts of my body, it's mostly due to some damaged nerves.

answered Jul 26 '11 at 13:27

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Billy Aoki

Eh. Sorry to hear that.

(Jul 26 '11 at 21:59) Cory8u Cory8u's gravatar image

It's not too serious, just a little annoying. I mean, imagine you're already about to fall asleep and your arm jerks randomly for a split second. I've already seen a doctor and he's telling me to get some botox done on the affected muscles.

(Jul 31 '11 at 11:06) Billy Aoki Billy%20Aoki's gravatar image

Definitely some sort of nerve damage. You should probably see a doctor to try and find out why it's occurring. Nerve damage can caused by anything from a pinched nerve to diabetes.

answered Jul 31 '11 at 14:20

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It stopped a while ago. I should probably close this question now.

(Jul 31 '11 at 22:45) Pizzscn Pizzscn's gravatar image

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