I know exactly what you mean. To me it feels like a buzzing going on in the muscles and the nearest thing I can relate it to is a TENS machine as used for pain relief in muscle spasm.It comes and goes in a wide variety of muscles. Quite weird , but quite distinct from muscle twitching.
Hi Jean- I told my Doc that it feels as if I am standing on a bridge holding onto the railing when the train goes by down below. Your description is much better. I used to only feel it in my hands but now it happens in my legs quite a bit. I am sort of used to my body having a mind of its own! :-D Cindy
I also have that horrible sensation. It disappears for awhile, but then comes back. I usually awake with it and movement keeps me from noticing it, but now that I am on Prednisone I feel it all the time. I hate it!
Good to share such weird sensations. At least it means it isn't a figment of our imaginations! I have become so used to it , I would almost wonder what was happening if it stopped. The only thing that varies is which bit of me it affects each time, but other than that, it occurs many times each day.I don't find it unpleasant, just strange.
No idea. I wonder if it's a bit like fasciculations with random firing of undamaged axons,but a bit more co-ordinated so you feel it. It only happens in one muscle at a time,but is quite different to the visible twitches which also occur randomly.