Strange Sensation/Symptom - Left Forearm Vibrating
Hi - this is weird.
The other day (Saturday, I think, and today is Wednesday) I lay down to read and put my left arm in a particular position. I started feeling an intermittent vibration, so figured I was laying on my Blackberry or cell phone!
I wasn't. It was my arm.
It's continued, on a pretty consistent basis. It's not visible, but more internal to the arm. It lasts just about as long as the buzz from a cell phone would - a few seconds, then stops. Then does it again.
It's not painful at all but is an odd sensation. I've held my right hand to it to see if I can feel it, but of course I can't tell if I'm feeling it with my right hand or just feeling it inside my arm.
I've googled, and all I can come up with is a syndrome called hand-arm syndrome that affects people whose profession involves using vibrating equipment. Mine doesn't.
Other than a slight headcold that came on yesterday, I'm fine. It honestly feels as though my phone is inside my arm.