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19 Responses

  1. Valencia

    Good, good, good, good vibrations!!!! Your stories are always so great. I needed that laugh ;-D

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    • Geo

      OMG just before reading this I relieved the cellphone like buzz at my right testicle by pulling in my chin and straightening my neck like standing at attention. To my surprise, that absolutely stops the sensation. Tilting my head forward to look at my laptop screen starts the buzzing again. Well at least I know it’s coming from the cervical spine and not a scarey problem in the groin.

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    • Kelley

      Oh My Goodness! I laughed out loud through the entire read! My husband would be just like Mike,and I’d never live it down. Thanks for the info the bumble bee was about to make me crazy.

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  2. Lance

    I’m just glad Mike took advantage of you in your time of confusion and need. Attaboy Mike

    *fistbump*

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  3. Lugh

    Huh. I had this same problem about a month ago. It lasted a couple weeks for me. I just noticed that it went away when I moved my monitors to relieve all the tension in my neck and shoulders.

    And I am a man, so I totally have a groin.

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  4. Damien

    Holy crap – totally commiserate with using good ole Dr. Google – what a MAJOR mistake. And one that I have made once every three weeks for the last seven years.

    Highlights include:
    Red spots in underarm = throat cancer
    Tender testicles = prostate cancer
    Dark poop = stomach cancer

    I’m sensing a theme…

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    • Amy Vansant

      YES. And my husband is a total hypochondriac – I need to put parental controls on the computer to keep him off of health sites!

      Right now he has:
      slight numbness in foot = Terminal Diabetes

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  5. Tammy

    Oh my goodness! Moving my neck changes the vibration tempo. I too googled the strange feeling and was surprised that so many have had this problem. I LMAO @ your hubby’s antics. I thought for a moment I was ready about my own silly hubby. Funny! Funny!

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  6. heather

    I just want to say thank you. It has happened in the past before but never for 3 days strait. It was getting really annoying. I did just start working out again so a pinched nerve did sound plausable. I tried your method and it was effective. THANK YOU!

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  7. Sandy

    Wow, I’ve had this for a week. Thanks!!

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  8. Sarah

    Thank you for your insight. I was dropped on my tailbone recently,and the buzz in my GROIN has been driving me crazy. Your trick worked ( when nothing else did) I’m not sure if it was physical or psychological, but either way I’ll take it.https://youtu.be/4uC7KF-8Ruo

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    • Amy Vansant

      Glad I could help! It drove me nuts too! My system thought your comment was spam because of the youtube link, and I was a little worried about clicking on it myself, but I did and saw it was skeeter on my peeter! ha!

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