• Joni Joni
    April 26, 2008
    Strange, My left breast "vibrates" every so often, sort of like a cell phone that's on vibrate!
    Joni Joni
    April 26, 2008

    For the last three days my left breast has this strange vibration.  At first I thought I was imagining it but it continues!  It doesn't hurt...just feels wierd.  Could it be a symptom of breast cancer?

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  • PJ Hamel
    Health Guide
    April 26, 2008
    PJ Hamel
    Health Guide
    April 26, 2008

    Joni, I've never heard of this type of vibration you describe as being a sign of breast cancer. Only your doctor can make this determination -- and any diagnoses -- for sure. Breast cancer isn't usually something you "feel" - except that you may feel a lump. Other than that (and unless it's inflammatory breast cancer, which is painful and hot), it doesn't feel like anything. If it continues to bother you, by all means get it checked out; being on the left side, maybe it has more to do with your heart than your breast? But whatever, to set your mind at ease - make an appointment to see your doc, OK? Good luck - PJH

    • rix
      rix
      October 12, 2011
      rix
      rix
      October 12, 2011

      Why are people not being warned of the dangers of cell phones which should NEVER be carried on the body and certainly not near delicate fatty tissue like breasts. Are people really that unaware of the dangers of microwave radiation? The graphs for gliomas and brain lymphomas have gone nearly vertical in the last few years. A brain surgeon I met said, when I asked him if he thought it was due to cell phones 'well, put it this way - I only use a land line.' For godssakes women - inform yourselves. And NEVER let your children carry phones on their bodies.

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    • southgirl
      October 20, 2011
      southgirl
      October 20, 2011
      I have just recently started having the same symptoms. It is a pulsating vibration in my Left breast but it is not in rhythm with my pulse rate.Its occuring about every 6 seconds. I am nurse at a cardiology group and have never heard anyone c/o this symptom. Its driving me nuts, and reminds me of maybe how a bruit would feel; just not sure what this is either. READ MORE
    • RobertR
      October 30, 2011
      RobertR
      October 30, 2011

      What a relief to find this string, almost longer than the dead sea scrolls. In fact actually too many posts to read them all so I am responding to the most receint (of about ten days ago; it is now October 30, 2011.) After about a week of the phantom cell phone vibration, I moved my cell phone to my hip pocket. I had been keeping in in my left shirt breast pocket. That was about three days ago but the "vibration" in my left breast has continued. As with everyone else, my vibration was intermittent and only lasted for about a few seconds. I mostly sit during the day, either driving or behind my desk and thinking back it seemed to only happen when I was upright, especially when I stood to urinate. So about an hour ago, stepping out of our bathroom, my wife happened to be waiting to get in, so I mentioned it to her. She is a registered nurse and said she never heard of it. It was her idea to see if I could find anything about it on the internet. So here I am joining the rest of us in our symptoms. My cell phone is an iPhone, the same one I have had for years, and it is only lately that I began to experience this odd condition. Could it be long term use or the stronger signals now sent to the cell phone that triggered the nerve reaction? We all know nerve impulses are electrical and we also know that it is electrical impulses that can restart a stopped heart. I am not about to see if the cell phone signals can stop a heart so, from now on, I'll keep my cell phone in my hip pocket. I'm 72 years old so if it makes me sterile I don't think I will need to worry about that!

      Bob

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      October 30, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      October 30, 2011

      Bob, I hope moving the phone turns out to solve your vibrations.  If it doesn't, checking with your doctor might be a good idea.  Since this vibration is on the left side, you will want to rule out any heart issues.

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    • RobertR
      October 30, 2011
      RobertR
      October 30, 2011

      Phyllis:

      Thanks for the expression of concern.

      As I mentioned my wife is an R.N.

      No heart issues.

      And vibration is topical not deep internal.

      Almost like a twitch.

      I am satisfied it is simply an irritated nerve.

      I am equally satisfied the cell phone has caused that irritation.

      Bob

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      October 31, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      October 31, 2011

      Thanks for the information.  Stay well.

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      October 31, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      October 31, 2011

      Thanks for the information.  Stay well.

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    • Kelly
      November 07, 2011
      Kelly
      November 07, 2011

      Thats rediculous!!! Its a nerve spasm and it happens to different people in various parts of their body. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with CANCER!! Stop scaring people with your stupidity!!!! UGH!!!! 

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    • PJ Hamel
      November 08, 2011
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      November 08, 2011

      Kelly, please keep things civil, OK? People are entitled to their opinions, and to express them here. Thanks- PJH

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    • PJ Hamel
      November 08, 2011
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      November 08, 2011

      Kelly, please keep things civil, OK? People are entitled to their opinions, and to express them here. Thanks- PJH

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    • Ndjambula Phillemon
      November 18, 2011
      Ndjambula Phillemon
      November 18, 2011

      am a 19 year old guy, am also experincing vibrations on my back at my right arm. it really freaks me out. this has been goin on for almst 2 mnths now. went to cee my docter, but apparently its something in mu muscles. am afraid, could this be cancer??

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      November 18, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      November 18, 2011

      It is almost certainly not cancer.  (The only reason I don't say I am 100% certain it is not cancer is because nothing is ever 100% certain.) Muscles spasms can occur when the body is tired.  You may have been using that arm to the point of fatigue.  Or the mineral balance in your body might be off.  Mineral deficiencies can cause muscle cramps, and your vibrations are probably a form of muscle cramping.  Eat a healthy diet, don't overdo on supplements, and exercise sensibly.  This is a breast cancer site, so we don't know much about muscle vibrations.  They are not usually dangerous.  If the problem gets worse, I'd suggest going back to the doctor.  There might be some other underlying health condition causing the problem, but almost certainly not cancer.

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    • Tony
      December 14, 2011
      Tony
      December 14, 2011
      I too am 72 and carried my cell phone for years in my left shirt pocket and got a iphone 3 months ago and carried it there too. The same symptoms started last night much as you have stated. Today in 12-14-11. I had the same ideal and put the iphone in my pants pocket. Hope it stops.   Tony READ MORE
    • Phyllis Johnson
      December 15, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      December 15, 2011

      Tony, I hope your vibrations soon go away.  If they don't, check in with your doctor just in case this is heart-related.  Since this is on your left chest, you should always consider the possibility that it has something to do with your heart.  Since the vibrations are in the external muscles, it probably is not at all dangerous, but it's a good idea to let your doctor know about any changes in your health.

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    • Joe
      Joe
      January 03, 2012
      Joe
      Joe
      January 03, 2012

      2012-01-03

      Joe B male 52.

      Buzz started Dec 26th in the evening left side of chest.

      Comes and goes. Sometimes it will vibrate 5-10 times in a row, with a 2 second buzz, 2 second pause, 2 second buzz, etc.

      I seem to have several episodes a day, but they are very random.

      Sometimes it just buzzes once or twice, and sometimes it goes on for an hour. I do carry an iPhone 4S in my left shirt pocket. I'm a manager with a desk job. I've been carrying an iPhone in my pocket for 2 years.

      Strange stuff.

       

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    • jeanne
      February 08, 2012
      jeanne
      February 08, 2012

      I have had the same vibrations here lately only mine are in the right breast.  Sometimes several times a day.  In the past hour it has occured at least ten plus times.  I do not carry my cell phone in my bra, have maybe done that a very few times like maybe three.  It has me a bit concerned and would love to have answers.

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    • PJ Hamel
      February 08, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      February 08, 2012

      Jeanne, unfortunately, no one has a definitive answer for this. Read through this long thread, and you'll see what I mean... Thankfully, it seems doctors pretty much agree it's nothing serious - they just don't know what causes this. Hope your "vibes" disappear soon! PJH

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    • catmom
      February 17, 2012
      catmom
      February 17, 2012

      Weird when I found this thread right off the bat!  I just had to see what was going on w/me and typed the "vibrating and buzzing" question into Yahoo.  Glad I found you all, makes me more comfortable with this weird occurrance. When I walk or go to the gym, and if I don't have pockets, I do carry my cellphone (which is also an MP3 player) in my bra.  But right in the center.  The buzzing is only on the left side, and actually kinda under my left breast.  Also made me wonder about heart problems, but I don't think that's it (at least hope not!) Am very active and regularly work out.  Guess I won't carry my cell phone in my bra any more - hope that's all it was!

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    • catmom
      February 17, 2012
      catmom
      February 17, 2012

      Weird when I found this thread right off the bat!  I just had to see what was going on w/me and typed the "vibrating and buzzing" question into Yahoo.  Glad I found you all, makes me more comfortable with this weird occurrance. When I walk or go to the gym, and if I don't have pockets, I do carry my cellphone (which is also an MP3 player) in my bra.  But right in the center.  The buzzing is only on the left side, and actually kinda under my left breast.  Also made me wonder about heart problems, but I don't think that's it (at least hope not!) Am very active and regularly work out.  Guess I won't carry my cell phone in my bra any more - hope that's all it was!

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      February 17, 2012
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      February 17, 2012

      Catmom, we are not doctors here, so when we read about any kind of issue on someone's left chest, we want to make sure they consider the possibility of a heart problem and check with their doctor.  If you see a difference when you move your phone, you will have an easy answer.  However, if the problem persists, please check in with your doctor.  Probably it will be some sort of superficial muscle spasm, which seems to be the main conclusion about these breast vibrations.  We don't want to be alarmist, but we want to make sure that any potentially serious problems are checked out.

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    • Jarnail
      February 26, 2012
      Jarnail
      February 26, 2012

      Hello, I want to talk about the same vibrations. My father has these vibrations on the left side of his chest for about a week. I'd like to know if a change in cholesterol medication can cause these kinds of vibrations? My fathers been taking SIMVASTATIN 20MG for 3 years until december 2011, then the doctor recently changed his medications to CRESTOR 5MG since January 2012. I'd also like to know if other people who are experiencing the same kind of vibrations take these medications?

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    • Jarnail
      February 26, 2012
      Jarnail
      February 26, 2012

      Hello, I want to talk about the same vibrations. My father has these vibrations on the left side of his chest for about a week. I'd like to know if a change in cholesterol medication can cause these kinds of vibrations? My fathers been taking SIMVASTATIN 20MG for 3 years until december 2011, then the doctor recently changed his medications to CRESTOR 5MG since January 2012. I'd also like to know if other people who are experiencing the same kind of vibrations take these medications?

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      February 26, 2012
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      February 26, 2012

      We aren't doctors, so we couldn't say for sure, but if the main change in your father's life is a new medication, it seems possible that they are related.  I'm sure the doctor would want to know about this even if he considers the problem minor and decides not to make another medication change.  This is a breast cancer site, so we are not up on our cholesterol medications, but I know that some of them can cause muscle issues.  If you have read down farther in this thread, you have seen that we always recommend that anyone experiencing symptoms on the left side of the chest check with the doctor to make sure that there is not an underlying heart problem.

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    • Jim
      Jim
      February 28, 2012
      Jim
      Jim
      February 28, 2012

      Surprised  Hi all, no need to panic. This has happened to me twice, the first time i got scred but as it turned out it had to do with something heavy I carried the evening before. It was a muscle spasming. I too have heart issues, 100 percent blockage in my RCA, two collaterals popped in creating their own bypass. But please dont worry, at least now you know. If you are still unsure, please see your doctor.

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    • PJ Hamel
      February 28, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      February 28, 2012

      Good advice, Jim - thanks for your feedback here. PJH

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    • Kl8360
      March 13, 2012
      Kl8360
      March 13, 2012

      I am so glad to find this thread also but I have never and I mean NEVER had my cell phone anywhere but in my jeans pocket or in my purse.  My "cell phone" vibrations started a couple of weeks ago in my left breast then it stopped and now it is happening in the right.  It happens laying down or sitting up and it is driving me nuts.  I am 51 and beginning menopause, had convinced myself it was my mammary glands shutting down but Bob made than thought go out the window.  It is not in tune with my heart beat, although sometimes it seems like it is but it is too erratic to actually be thought of as my heart beat as sometimes it is every 4 or 5 seconds and sometimes every 12 seconds or a day.  I will be glad when someone goes to the doc and tells the rest of us what this is... thanks and looking forward to that. Who knows, maybe it will be me.  :)

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    • Willow
      March 17, 2012
      Willow
      March 17, 2012
      Just saw my doctor after 10 weeks of buzzing in my left breast.  Said it was nerve endings that can happen anywhere, especially as we age.  I let her know they were near the surface and not deep in my chest.  She did a thorough breast exam by feel and felt the armpits.  She listened to my heart and all was normal.  I am 58 and finished with menopause symptoms.  I have never carried my cell phone in a shirt pocket.  Hope this helps you.  I am still having the vibrations in just my left breast regularly. READ MORE
    • PJ Hamel
      March 17, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      March 17, 2012

      Thankfully, Willow, while this vibration can certainly be annoying, no one in the medical community thinks it's dangerous, nor anything to do with cancer - so that's a relief! Thanks for sharing your experience here - PJH

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    • Shopper girl
      March 28, 2012
      Shopper girl
      March 28, 2012
      I just started getting this three days ago. When did yours stop. Went to the doctor had some tests done and they don't have any answers. It stops when I'm laying down. Just wish it would stop. READ MORE
    • PJ Hamel
      March 28, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      March 28, 2012

      Think you ust have to wait it out - that seems to be the experience of most on this thread. There doesn't seem to be anything you can do about it - but luckily, it also doesn't seem to be connected to any serious health issue, so far as anyone can tell. Good luck - hope it goes away soon. PJH

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    • patty
      March 30, 2012
      patty
      March 30, 2012

      It CAN be a symptom of breast cancer.  Stupidity is when people don't ask and think they know it all.

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    • Marilyn
      April 09, 2012
      Marilyn
      April 09, 2012

      I have just recently had the same thing, I just took some potassium and it was gone the next day.

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    • Marilyn
      April 09, 2012
      Marilyn
      April 09, 2012

      I had vibrations in my right breast, Im pretty sure it must have been a muscle spasm because I just more potassium and the next day it was gone.

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    • Annie
      May 07, 2012
      Annie
      May 07, 2012
      So I am not the only one.  It started a few weeks ago and I never carry my cell phone in my bra.  I just had a mammo in jan.  If anybody finds the answer let me know. READ MORE
    • greekgirl
      June 08, 2012
      greekgirl
      June 08, 2012

      i don't usually respnd to these or look up these kinds of sites but I AM GLAD THAT I AM NOT ALONE!!! This ringing in my left bereast ( for three days...and counting!) is DRIVING ME CRAZY AND i am as a result, driving my husband crazy...too!

      i have called my primary gynecologist and until my (stray-beginning-menopause-period is over i can't go for a visit...). We'll see in a few days!

       

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    • Dawn
      July 08, 2012
      Dawn
      July 08, 2012

      Yes at the moment it is in my left breast excatly as described. I have been getting it off and on for well over 4 years or so. I am now 75 and it 'turned' on again this mornng, it lasts for about ten seconds and then stops and restarts again perhaps 30 seconds later and this pattern continues for about 24 hours. I decided to see if I could find out what it is and I am pleased to read that others have experienced the same sensation because trying to explain it to the doctor is difficult. I never carry my iPhone near chest but sometimes I get quite uncomfortable in my left hip where I always carried my iPhone in that pocket. When that happens I used to transfer the phone to the right pocket and after a few days the left hip would be OK. Now i try not to have the phone on my 'person'. left hip OK.

       

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    • PJ Hamel
      July 08, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      July 08, 2012

      Well, Dawn, at least you're used to it, after 4 years. That doesn't help how you feel, I know, but I'd guess you can assume it's nothing serious, and you know it'll soon pass. Thanks for adding your feedback here - it's always good to hear from others experiencing the same thing. Take care - PJH

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    • Rebeka Worthington
      January 01, 2013
      Rebeka Worthington
      January 01, 2013

      I have never carried my phone in my bra (boobs are to big for that) and this is the second time this has started happening to me. I barely carry my phone around and I am only 18. This happened once when I was 16 and I never figured it out what caused it. Is there any theories at all? I would read through this thread but there are so many replies and I've seen all the people saying that doctors say it's nothing, but if there are so many people experiencing it they have had to at least form some theory, but that cellphone in the bra doesn't really apply to me.

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    • PJ Hamel
      January 01, 2013
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      January 01, 2013

      Yes, Rebekah, there are theories, but nothing proven, and none that lead anywhere. Some think it may have a gastroenterological root; but most doctors take the approach that it's not a breast cancer symptom; doesn't appear to be dangerous; and is simply a random nerve issue that doesn't need to be worried about. Hope this helps - PJH

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    • Hope
      February 23, 2013
      Hope
      February 23, 2013

      This is not meant to "scare" anybody, and I am certainly not stupid.  I am well educated and have a higher than average IQ.  I too am plagued with the issue of vibrations in my left breast.

      Three days ago I woke up with really bad pain in my left breast.  After a fashion it went away and was replaced with vibrations in the left breast.  That made me a little crazy as I kept looking to see if my cell phone was vibrating.  It was not.  Yesterday I again woke up with really bad pain in my left breast.  Again, the pain was replaced with vibrating.  Today, same as yesterday and the day before.  I do not believe it is cancer or anything more than "wierd" and "bothersome".  It may have to do with caffiene intake as I have had more coffee and chocolate in the last few days than I would normally consume. Smile

       

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      February 23, 2013
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      February 23, 2013

      Your caffeine theory makes sense to me.  If you stop the caffeine, and the vibrations continue, you might want to check with the doctor.  Anytime you have pain or issues on the left side of your chest, it's good to rule out heart issues.

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  • PJ Hamel
    Health Guide
    August 03, 2009
    PJ Hamel
    Health Guide
    August 03, 2009

    No, Joni, it's not brast cancer. A surprising number of women experience this condition - and, while doctors don't know what causes it, they surmise it might originate with spasms of the tiny little muscles around your nipple. Since this is happening in your left breast, if it continues, you might want to rule out something heart-related. But otehr than that - hopefully, it'll abate soon! PJH


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  • Angi April 27, 2008
    Angi
    April 27, 2008

    You should talk to your doctor about whether the vibration is a possible symptom of cancer. To prepare for this conversation, I just wanted to throw out there that if you have had a mastectomy, or breast surgery, the pains and odd feelings you may be getting could be what I was told were "phantom pains."

     

    When I went through my first mastectomy, it took a long time before those cut nerve endings calmed down, and I would often tingle in my chest area, even though I had no breast.

     

    I've also been told that at some point I could get some feeling back after all my surgeries.  One reconstruction surgery had my nerves tingling for weeks.

     

    Just a thought because you hadn't said if you had underwent a breast surgery recently or in the past.

     

    I don't know if I was able to help much, but I know the feeling - and I hope for your sake it's something as simple as nerve tingling and nothing major! Check in with your doctor, as only he or she can tell you for sure.

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  • mk
    mk
    May 19, 2008
    mk
    mk
    May 19, 2008

    I wondered if anyone answered this question?  I just googled this info because my breast has had this odd vibration from this am and is getting more apparent.  Actually keeping me awake.  Did anyone answer this question for you?

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  • Vivi July 12, 2008
    Vivi
    July 12, 2008

    I have had this vibration in my left breast for the last week or so also. I was carrying my cell phone in my bra frequently and wonder if it is related to that. Did anyone else carry there cell phone near that area? If anyone finds out what this I would appreciate knowing too.

     

    thanks!

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    • mmak
      November 07, 2009
      mmak
      November 07, 2009

      I am feeling it in the left breast as well and I do occassionally place my cell phone (blackberry) in my left bra/strap.  At first I thought it was my phone but my phone wasn't there whenever I felt it.  I've noticed this in the last month.  I've not had lumps or cancer. I've actually never had a mamogram either but I think I will now.  I'm 48. I've done a self exam and that breast feels tender like it has been punched or sore like from a workout.  No bruising though.

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    • Gitana
      December 25, 2009
      Gitana
      December 25, 2009

      Hi.  Oh man I'm glad someone else has phantom vibrations in their breasts.  I usually carry my cell phone in my bra, so when I first started feeling the vibration my first thought was OMG it's from carrying the cell phone there.  My symptoms are like most peoples... very light vibration, non palpable from outside, lasting 3 - 5 seconds, for me once or twice an hour.  Let's keep this conversation going.

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    • karen
      January 12, 2010
      karen
      January 12, 2010
      Hello, I am of Puerto Rico, thanks  God I am not lunatic and I am not the only one - my left breast vibrates as if was a cell phone - for the last one or two months and  like you for 3 to 5 seconds..... READ MORE
    • Keith Lutz
      November 30, 2010
      Keith Lutz
      November 30, 2010

      I am a male, age 53, and just experienced my first vibration an hour ago.  I mentioned it to  my friend (male, age 54).  He said he  he's experiencing the same thing and it started 3 months ago!  Here's another thing:  Both of us use Blackberrys!  I keep mine in my left shirt pocket and that's where I feel the vibrations.  My friend keeps his on his right side on his belt and that's where he feels his vibrations.  I noticed some of the readers are suning Blackberrys.  Is this a coincidence?

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    • Geo
      Geo
      July 05, 2011
      Geo
      Geo
      July 05, 2011

      I am male aged 48. Used Blackberry Bold for the last two years, always in my left shirt pocket. I started feeliing vibrations in my left breast/ nipple some time ago, several times a day, lasting one to two seconds, similar to the phone vibration. It looks ike this may have to do with the Blackberry. I just changed to a differnet phone, and from now on will try to keep it away from my breast.

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    • PJ Hamel
      July 05, 2011
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      July 05, 2011

      Good idea- hopefully that'll solve the problem. You should also mention this to your doctor, though, next time you have a physical; I think it's always wise to mention something that affects the left side of your chest, just to rule out cardiac issues. Take care- PJH

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    • PJ Hamel
      July 05, 2011
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      July 05, 2011

      Good idea- hopefully that'll solve the problem. You should also mention this to your doctor, though, next time you have a physical; I think it's always wise to mention something that affects the left side of your chest, just to rule out cardiac issues. Take care- PJH

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    • Geo
      Geo
      July 09, 2011
      Geo
      Geo
      July 09, 2011

      Thanks PJH, actually the vibration dissapeared (fingers crossed) about one week after I stopped carrying the phone in my chest pocket...

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      July 10, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      July 10, 2011

      I'm glad to hear that moving your cell phone turned out to be a simple solution.  I'll cross my fingers for you, too!

      Phyllis

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    • Concerned
      October 10, 2011
      Concerned
      October 10, 2011

      I started to feel the vibration three days ago and yes, I used to carry my cell there as well (tucked inside the bra strap) and wondered if that has triggered something off. I am so scared. It is going now every 15-20 seconds and lasts for about 2-3 seconds. I hate it...it is so annoying. I am wondering if this is something I should be concerned about. I have been doing a lot of reading on it through Google and am finding out that people found out they have had breast cancer, a sign of MS, or its menapausal. Omi..please tell me its normal! I am going to the doctor in two days and am scared to mention it.

       

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    • Concerned
      October 10, 2011
      Concerned
      October 10, 2011

      I started to feel the vibration three days ago and yes, I used to carry my cell there as well (tucked inside the bra strap) and wondered if that has triggered something off. I am so scared. It is going now every 15-20 seconds and lasts for about 2-3 seconds. I hate it...it is so annoying. I am wondering if this is something I should be concerned about. I have been doing a lot of reading on it through Google and am finding out that people found out they have had breast cancer, a sign of MS, or its menapausal. Omi..please tell me its normal! I am going to the doctor in two days and am scared to mention it.

       

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    • Louise
      October 12, 2011
      Louise
      October 12, 2011

      Hello,

      I have the same symptom and am waiting for my OBGYN to return my call.

      If I get an answer tonight I will let you know.

       

       

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    • Concerned
      October 12, 2011
      Concerned
      October 12, 2011
      Thanks Louise!! :) I just came from my doctor this evening and she reassured me that its nothing to worry about. I have no pain with it or numbness. She said that its a nerve ending just acting up like it does in your eye at times. Besides, it stopped as of last night! And...I'm happy with that for sure..ha! It was very annoying. READ MORE
    • JP
      JP
      December 24, 2011
      JP
      JP
      December 24, 2011
      I find this interesting. I was actually on the Internet finding out about the weird tissue my breast augmentation found, I had a sever case of asymmetry which resulted in even two different nipple sizes. Well, the interesting part I found is I usually carry my cell phone, iphone, in my jacket pocket and when I drive I slip it under my thigh, in the past few months I have had weird feelings of this phantom vibration near my thigh and buttocks. Very interested to find out if the vibration that I usually feel on the right, maybe once on the left, may have been when my husband is home he usually drives And I put my phone under my other thigh to keep it away from falling out the door. Hmmm, will be observing this. Lol READ MORE
  • greenweaver July 20, 2008
    greenweaver
    July 20, 2008

    I thought when I googled vibrating breast symptoms that I would come up with Nothing! My right breast has been "buzzing" for the last couple days. I too thought it was my cell phone in my shirt pocket... only to realize I had no pocket in my shirt. Today it has vibrated on and off all day. I have never had breast cancer and will be making my recheck appt for another mamogram on monday. I'll mention it to the doctor and see if he has anything to say about it. How weird!

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  • Charli June 26, 2008
    Charli
    June 26, 2008

    I don't have the answer you're looking for but I've had the same thing happen to me several times... I've actually gone to my pocket to get my phone and realized it wasn't there! I was just wondering if you found any answers... Is it a sign of cancer?

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  • JCross June 15, 2008
    JCross
    June 15, 2008

    I have been having this same type of vibration feeling for the past few days.  It's a really strange feeling and I notice it most often after I've taken my bra off.  Just wondering if anyone has found an answer to this question?

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  • Sean's mom September 22, 2008
    Sean's mom
    September 22, 2008
    This happened to me a few years back. I reached to my shirt pocket for my cell phone, but it wasn't there. I went to the doctor when the "vibrating" persisted because I thought it was my heart. It turned out to be a sympton of acid reflux disease - the vibrating was caused by the acid that was trapped in my esophagus (or something like that). I had other symptons as well, including chronic heartburn. Anyway, I was put on prescription zantac for three months and learned to watch my diet and it was gone. I haven't had the vibrating since and now know what to eat and what not to eat in order to avoid such bad heartburn. READ MORE
  • Sheevy September 08, 2008
    Sheevy
    September 08, 2008

    Hi Joni,

     

     

    Yet another person to whom this has just started to happen (for about a week now) .....it's like a fairy's mobile phone....almost imperceptible at times but sufficiently noticeable as to be disconcerting. I was standing on the London Underground last Wednesday thinking "What the heck????"!

     

    My sister is a GP and I asked her about it.....she said it's most likely to be a circulatory thing........and that increased exercise - particularly upper body  - should help.....so I'll give it a go! I hvve noticed that it started at the same time as my legs started to feel heavier / a bit achy......must change my rather couch potato lifetyle!

     

    Good luck to one & all....let us know if you find out anything else....

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  • CC
    CC
    May 11, 2008
    CC
    CC
    May 11, 2008

    I am experiencing the same thing!!! please post here if you get any insight.

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    • themyranian
      January 07, 2010
      themyranian
      January 07, 2010

      I am having the same problem..I had a biopsy done and they placed a titanium part in the breast so if it was malignant they would know where the spot was..but I have had a vibration for the past few days..

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    • Judy
      May 17, 2010
      Judy
      May 17, 2010

      Ok this is weird - I have had the same thing.  I actually had been keeping my cell phone tucked into my bra on the left side and would feel it "vibrate" sometimes but there was no message or call.   Even when the phone was in my pocket, I felt the weird vibration in my left breast. 

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    • wellthen
      August 09, 2010
      wellthen
      August 09, 2010

      Bizarre!  I've been having this sensation in my right breast for about 3 months, off and on, too!  I'm so glad to know that other people experience this ... but I'm weirded out that nobody can get any answers.

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    • LouAnn
      October 22, 2010
      LouAnn
      October 22, 2010

      I started developing this sensation in both breasts when I was in my mid to late 20's.  It was accompanied with some nipple discharge that was somewhat greenish looking.  When I went to the doctor with this, her diagnosis was an intraductal papilloma.  I continued to have this sensation off and on for many years.  In my 40's, I started getting mammograms which never showed anything - all they said was that I had "dense breasts".  Two years ago (at age 48), shortly after digital mammograms became available, the mammogram discovered calcifications in one of my breasts.  Now, whether this was in the same area as the "vibration" or not, I really can not say.  I was identified as having invasive ductal carcinma.

      My advice to all women, especially those with dense breasts, is to get DIGITAL mammograms.  Also, check for nipple discharge in the breast which is vibrating.  Good luck to you all and stay healthy!!

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    • Karen B
      October 18, 2011
      Karen B
      October 18, 2011

      My vibration is in the right breast. It started a few weeks ago and everytime it happens I reach for my phone which I sometimes keep in my bra. It only lasts a few seconds but is unnerving. Too weird! I will refrain from storing it there any longer!

       

      Karen B

       

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    • Jan
      Jan
      February 22, 2012
      Jan
      Jan
      February 22, 2012

      Hi LouAnn, 

      What you desribe is exactly what i have, i just never connected the two!! 

      Many years ago i had a feeling in my breasts that they were 'full'. I laid in the bath & some dark green fluid seeped from the nipples. 

      I went to see my Doc who said i had 'green nipple syndrome' & that it was nothing to worry about!

      I have had it ever since but it doesnt seep out now, only if i squeeze them. 

      Recently i have been experiencing a buzzing sensation in my left breast, my daughter could even hear it when she put her ear to my chest!

      I went to see my Doc (we have since moved so we have a new one) & told him about the buzzing, i am waiting for an ECG now, iv just had blood tests. The Doc also listened to my heart & said i had an irregular heartbeat.

      I didnt think to mention about the green discharge so i will tell him when i go back. Another thing is, i feel sick 24/7, i have been sick a few times. I wouldnt say i have pain in my stomach but definately a discomfort, like a feeling of being winded. Area all these things connected do you think?

       

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      February 22, 2012
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      February 22, 2012

      Jan, your symptoms could be connected. Nausea/indigestion can be a heart symptom, but only your doctor can say for sure. Today many heart issues can be treated with medication. 

      Make a written list of everything that is going on, and be sure to tell the doctor about any medications or supplements you take when you go for your next appointment.  Your doctor can sift through it all and decide what is important.  I hope your ECG and blood tests come back OK. 

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    • Boopsie
      February 22, 2012
      Boopsie
      February 22, 2012

      I had intermittent buzzing in my left breast  (in the area directly beneath where I would carry my blackberry AND a cordless phone.  This went on for months.  Then I had a mammogram and was diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ (stage 0 cancer, or pre-cancer, depending upon the doctor), in that exact spot.  Since the partial mastectomy to remove the lesions, I have not had the sensation.  I make no claims.

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    • PJ Hamel
      February 23, 2012
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      February 23, 2012

      Thanks for adding your experience here. I think, just to be safe, it's better for all of us to carry our cells elsewhere... I hope you're doing well. PJH

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  • irish56princess@yahoo.com December 01, 2008
    irish56princess@yahoo.com
    December 01, 2008

    I have been experiencing this same "vibration" on the outer (left) side of my left breast for nearly two weeks. I have never carried a cell near my breast, I have no history of breast cancer or disease. There is no pain associated...just this annoying vibration. Has anyone had any physician's diagnosis of what is causing this?

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    • mbk
      mbk
      April 15, 2011
      mbk
      mbk
      April 15, 2011

      I have the same situation as you.  I'm in the process of being checked out by a cardiologist.  Right now, I'm wearing a holter monitor for 48 hours and I have to mark everytime I have a vibration and what I was doing when it happened.  In a few days, I'll be getting a  nuclear stress test.  I had 2 ekgs done and they were normal.  This is beyond bizarre.

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  • Dori August 12, 2008
    Dori
    August 12, 2008

    Since writing in the first week of July, I have not had the vibrating again. I had it really frequently the day that I wrote in, but have not noticed it since. I hope that it does not return.

    I will also mention it to my doctor when I go for my next checkup. I have several clips in my breasts from previous biopsies, but some of the women who wrote in did not have any biopsies or surgeries. So maybe that is not it. The blood clot idea makes more sense to me. I am anxious to hear what the doctors have to say. Anyone who asked their doctor, please write in and let us know.

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  • felicia July 29, 2008
    felicia
    July 29, 2008

    I have the same thing started yesterday 7-28-08. I have not had anything done with my

    breast except exams and mamograms and that has been about 2 years ago. The only thing

    on here that I can say I have that anyone mentioned is I do very often put my cell in my bra

    on the same brest thay is vibrating, however with that said I never have my phone on vibrate

    It always stays on the ringer. Would be nice to see some answers to this. I wont be putting my

    phone in my bra anymore.

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    • RB831
      May 24, 2010
      RB831
      May 24, 2010

      OMG This is too wierd!! My left breast started vibrating this morning and has done that many times today.. I actually watched it move!!! I have never had anything done to my breasts!! I felt like an idiot even googling this and I am in shock at how many of u have had the same experience.. I have never heard anyone have this before!! What is this??? I am 50  Age thing??? Any of u young??? Just so curious!!! Don't know if thuis is just a coincidence but I am a nurse and for the first time last week I carried my new blackberry in my upper left lab coat pocket.. Never did this before. Always carried it in my hip pocket.. Not sure why I did but...???

       

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    • Trixie69757
      June 01, 2010
      Trixie69757
      June 01, 2010

      i have been having the exact same issue all day today -- i am 28 and have never had any type of biopsy or breast surgery.  the sensation lasts 1-3 seconds and truly does feel like a cell phone on silent.  is very unnerving!  has ANYONE found an answer?  is it the muscle stressed out?  is it sleeping funny?  is it cancer?  wth is goin on with my boob!!  lol its my right, not the left, so its not a heart thing.  i cannot believe there are so many of us with this symptom and no answers!  i felt like a lunatic googling boob vibrating.

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    • Deenied
      June 04, 2010
      Deenied
      June 04, 2010

      I am 66, never had cancer or any other problems. I have the vibrating sensation in my right breast and told my husband that the only way I could describe it was a "cell phone vibrating." I have no other symptoms whatsoever. There is no pain or discomfort, just a very wierd feeling. I sure wish we knew what this is. I've never heard of it before.

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    • math teacher
      August 08, 2011
      math teacher
      August 08, 2011

      I googled vibrating heart bc the left side of my chest seems to be vibrating several times a day. I just noticed this sensation a few days ago. I found out that I am anemic last week...doc put me on double dose of iron...could it be related?

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      August 09, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      August 09, 2011

      As you can tell by reading this thread, there are plenty of theories about what causes breast vibrations, which are apparently much more common than anyone realized until folks started sharing their experiences here.  

      Sometimes events that occur sequentially are coincidental, and sometimes there is a cause and effect relationship.  Muscles that are not getting enough oxygen because their owner is anemic might twitch, but that is just a guess.  Since this is on the left side, and your intitial reaction was to check out heart vibrations, I encourage you to call your doctor and report this new symptom.  It may turn out that this is not unusual with anemia, or it may be something the doctor wants to check out right away.  I hope the iron soon has you back in tip-top shape.

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    • annalects
      November 29, 2011
      annalects
      November 29, 2011

      Like several on this forum, I googled "buzzing breast" expecting to find nothing. Wow! Last night my left breast started vibrating for a  few seconds every few minutes or more frequently. Have never put cell phone in bra; bp consistently normal; age 69 and well past menopause; had lumpectomy in right breast 2 wks ago and do not think this is related at all; mamo left breast 6 mos ago normal, no calcifications, etc.; no known heart issues. Reading all these posts, I'm left holding anemia, insufficient oxygen to muscle tissue, mineral imbalance, nerve twitch as hypotheses. I'm grateful for finding this discussion. If this sensation persists for another day or so, I'll definitely email my doc for her opinion.

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      November 29, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      November 29, 2011

      I hope it goes away on its own, but you are wise to contact the doctor if it lasts very long.  Surgery does affect nerves, so it might be related to your lumpectomy.  I have muscle spasms (although not in my breast) when I am tired, and you may be tired after your surgery.  Fortunately, as far as we know, these vibrations don't seem to be dangerous.

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  • Laura July 22, 2008
    Laura
    July 22, 2008

    Continuing...thus and given my Dr's explanation, even though I would have perferred to hear that she has heard of this before and has a definitive answer,..., my hope is that this vibrating sensation stops very soon.  Have others experienced this for a long period of time or did it just begin? 

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    • Laura
      June 18, 2010
      Laura
      June 18, 2010

      I just did a search on this because my left breast starting vibrating yesterday.   At first I thought there might be something in the bathing suit top I was wearing yesterday, but it still does it no matter what I'm wearing.   I've had several mammagrams, all negative, the last one was about two months ago.   This has never happened to me before.   I'm 45.   I have a torn calf muscle that is slow to heal, another sore calf - I've always taken very good care of myself, good diet, exercise, etc., but I feel like I'm falling apart - my husband is deployed for a year  - could my symptoms be psychosomatic? 

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  • Msrlk July 22, 2008
    Msrlk
    July 22, 2008

    I searched Web md first, nothing!  I too feel a vibration in my left brest...  it feels like I have a cell phone on vibrate in my bra.   Has anyone found out anything on this yet?   If this many of us are having the same sensation there must be something to it! 

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    • Mrspuppy
      August 10, 2011
      Mrspuppy
      August 10, 2011

      Perhaps when we put our cell phones in our bras, the electromagnectic fields in the cell irritate the breast tissue enough to stimulate the nerves to fire, and the firing is felt as a twitch.

       

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    • PJ Hamel
      August 11, 2011
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      August 11, 2011

      Could be - there are theories aplenty, but no real answers to this strange syndrome... thanks for adding your thoughts here. PJH

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  • Laura July 19, 2008
    Laura
    July 19, 2008

    For the past two days I too have had this same strange vibration.  It is concerning and bizarre.  I had a breast biopsy 5 days ago and they permanently left a tiny clip to mark the suspicious area.  I now think they should take it out.  Do you also have a clip or have you also had a breast biopsy or surgery? 

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    • aisha
      January 19, 2010
      aisha
      January 19, 2010

      i cant believe that so many people have this going on! i really thought i was going crazy...it feels like a cell phone vibration in my right breast but i do not keep my cell phone in my bra. wow...this is amazing that this is happening to more people.

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    • mtd
      mtd
      April 29, 2010
      mtd
      mtd
      April 29, 2010

      This has nothing to do with the breast marker. I have had those markers for more than eight years. I had a cardiac stress test on Tuesday and I first noticed the vibrations on Wednesday. I talked with my brother who is a physician and he said that it is muscle vibration. You're right, it feels like a cell phone vibrating.

       

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  • Rho
    Rho
    June 02, 2009
    Rho
    Rho
    June 02, 2009

    Started in my left breast 2 days ago - no history of surgery or breast disease.   I agree it feels like a mild cell phone vibration.    I thought maybe ny bra was too tight but I haven't worn it for a day and it is still intermittent.    Recent negative mammogram and exam.  I mainly sleep on my left side and am wondering if my breast nerve might be getting pinched.   I'm a registered nurse and have not heard of this before but there sure are a lot of us.   Well, let's just keep each other updated and see if we can figure this out over time.  

    Rho

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  • Glasgow, Scotland April 16, 2009
    Glasgow, Scotland
    April 16, 2009

    I have just turned 36 and have no previous medical history.  2 children and am experiencing right breast vibrations lasting 2-3 secs without any other symptoms.  So glad to hear others are experincing this symptom..and that its not in my head !!! CHEERS ! By the way thanks for last e-mail, rounding up the stats that was really useful !

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  • kimmy January 26, 2009
    kimmy
    January 26, 2009

    UNBELIEVABLE...I also checked WEBMD first and got nothing...googled the question and here I am...mine started this last week...left breast...the other symptom for me also within the last week is occasional muscle twitching in my neck also on left side...not sure if related...also burping alot but not having bad heartburn...just started researching and "muscle fascilations" (spasms) has come up twice...sounds like nothing to worry about but obviously we are all concerned...it's about par that medical doctors have never heard of this...there are so few out there that actually know what they are doing which is scarey in and of itself!!!

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  • ljpne January 09, 2009
    ljpne
    January 09, 2009

    I, too, have no answer. However, I am a 57-year old female and have noticed this sensation off and on for about three-four years. In the past week, it has become quite persistent. Same as many writers... left breast, very light, fluttering/vibrating... at times I find myself wondering if others can HEAR it - it is so much like a weak cell-phone vibration. Same, exact spot each time... one to one-and-a-half inches to the right of center, left breast. Not related to erratic pulse/fluttering heartbeats - I also experience those from time to time and this is distinctly different. It seriously feels like there is embedded a tiny, silent, buzzer that goes off unpredictably. It does feel as though it is in the exterior, "fleshy" part of the breast rather than underneath in the chest wall. Not painful, just annoying and mysterious.

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  • LA
    LA
    December 04, 2008
    LA
    LA
    December 04, 2008

    SEE THIS PERSONS ANSWER AT http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080213061910AAAofrW

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  • GHackett August 27, 2008
    GHackett
    August 27, 2008

    I also am surprised to find that so many other women have experienced this strange sensation.  My right breast started to tingle this morning. It is now 6:15 and it has happened 4 or 5 times so far. It only lasts a second or two and then it is gone. I have never felt this before. I am also curious to know what the cause could be. If anyone gets an answer please post it. I have not had a mammogram for years and it worries me a little.

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  • momoxan August 26, 2008
    momoxan
    August 26, 2008

    This is so bizarre - my left breast has been buzzing/vibration off and on for about a week, usually when I'm moving around. i thought it was my bra, but I started wearing a different style and I'm still feeling it. I'm 43, never had any breast issues, and had a clear mammogram last month. I do get some breast tenderness when I drink too much coffee, so maybe it's time to cut back. I'm astounded at the number of posts here!

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  • Melanie August 07, 2008
    Melanie
    August 07, 2008

    Hi all...I just noticed this buzzing in my left breast yesterday and it seems to be increasing in frequency.  I used a steloscope to check my heart rythym and seems fine.  This is definitely inside my breast rather than below in my heart.  I'm going to visit my doc...and probably my naturalpath., too..tomorrow afternoon, but I am soooo glad to have come across all these postings and am struck by how recent the postings are.  Will let you all know what becomes of the visits.  I hold out more hope for my naturalpath...she can sense just about anything.

     

     

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  • princess_pixiedust August 06, 2008
    princess_pixiedust
    August 06, 2008

    I am so surprised to see so many vibrating breasts out there.  In 2003 I had a breast-lift, and in early-2006, I began to have buzzing vibrations in my left breast (only).  It was pretty annoying and surreal - like I was inhabited by an alien or something.  Until reading these posts, I never put the prior surgery together with the buzzing although it makes sense to me even though it was quite a long time between the two.  Ultimately, I did find out 9/06 that I did in fact have breast cancer in my buzzing/vibrating breast.  So, in 10/06 I had a bilateral mastectomy followed by 14 months of chemo & radiation treatment for stage III bc.  I certainly don't mean to frighten anyone but when your body is telling you something out of the ordinary, you really should have it checked out to your satisfaction.

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  • JWP
    JWP
    July 24, 2008
    JWP
    JWP
    July 24, 2008

    Dori's recap fits me pretty well.  Lumpectomy, eight years out, tingling.  It started a week or so ago and I thought it was my new bra.  But then recalled the gradual return of feeling following the lymphectomy and lumpectomy and figured it's probably nerve endings reuniting.  Nevertheless, am seeing the surgeon who performed the surgery in 2000 at the end of next month and will know more.  In the meantime, am heartened that others are experiencing the same thing.  I suspect that the tingling may generally be an artifact of surgery or injury, and indicative of nerve healing, but urge others to check it out w/ medical team as I am doing.Smile

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  • Laura July 22, 2008
    Laura
    July 22, 2008

     

    My vibrations happened about 4 days after having a breast biopsy.  The vibrations happened much more frequently the first day and now far less.  I spoke with my Dr. who initially said that she has never heard of this.  I proceeded to tell her that hundreds of online individuals report the same strange sensation (there are other people who are affected in different areas of their body as well, you'll find them if you search) and then she responded saying that it is likely that it could be caused by a hematoma.  Then told me something about when blood circulates through the body is can cause this sensation.  She said that she believes it will dissipate and ultimately completely stop.   She said if it were something that continued for a long period of time she would have had other patients inquiring.  I have searched extensively and have not found anyone who indicated having this vibration for months or longer.  The postings that I have read all sound as if they are reactionary to needing an answer to a problem which is strange and just started.

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    • woodlawn
      July 25, 2010
      woodlawn
      July 25, 2010

      I had a breat biopsy two years ago. Directly after there was a lot of bleeding for a period of time  that seemed excessive (4-6 weeks).  Since then I have the vibrating sensation about every other month and it lasts for days at a time.  I also have a titanium piece in my breat to mark the biopsy.  I can only assume that the vibration is some sort of nerve damage.

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  • Dori July 03, 2008
    Dori
    July 03, 2008

    I am glad that someone else has this symptom. I thought that I was going crazy. I have had vibrating in my right breast for about a month. It started out as only once in a while. I just thought that is was my clothing pulling, but it felt really strange. Then it started happening a few times a day. Now, today, it is happening about every 30 seconds. It really does feel like a cell phone vibrating. It only last for 2 or 3 seconds, but it is annoying. I asked my husband to feel it, but he said that he couldn't feel anything. So, it must just be an internal feeling.

     

    I did have breast cancer about 8 years ago and had a lumpectomy in that breast. Maybe it is something with the nerves repairing themselves.

     

    After my surgery in 2000, I did not have any feeling under my arm because of the lymph node surgery. That lasted for 2 years. One day I had some pain under my arm and realized that it was in the area that previously had no feeling. It took 2 years for feeling to return. I got back about 90 percent of the feeling that I have in my normal armpit.

     

    I would like to know if the other women that have this vibration have also had a lumpectomy, biopsy, or other breast surgery. 

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    • ashok jain
      August 23, 2009
      ashok jain
      August 23, 2009

      i am a physician and for last 2 days i am having a feeling of vibrating beeper over my left upper chest area. i am a male. this sensation occurs every 1-2 minutes and last 10 seconds at most. i almost reached out on my coat pocket thinking it was my beeper, although i do not carry one. my pulse during these episodes are normal as initially i thought it my be my heat fibrillating. i think it is some short of nerve irritation on the chest wall. medically there is no other explaination. sounds a benign episode and hope will go away, although if i am busy working i do not notice as often.

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    • Carol
      October 09, 2009
      Carol
      October 09, 2009

      I had a lumpectomy in my right breast which turned out to be cancer  5 years ago.  I started feeling the vibration sensation about 2 months ago.  I was actually wondering what it was also.

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    • jennifer clapp
      October 10, 2009
      jennifer clapp
      October 10, 2009

      hi doc-

      did the buzzing go away, I have the same thing, have checked my pulse, which is normal, but it is so irritating, I cant stand it, is it a muscle nerve thing??

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    • Crazy
      September 15, 2010
      Crazy
      September 15, 2010

      No, I have not had any thing going on my breast and yes I started feeling this vibration in my right breast today. It realy has me concerned.

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    • Michigoose
      September 15, 2011
      Michigoose
      September 15, 2011

      Dori, I had a lumpectomy in 1994 and a mastectomy in 1998.  Sometimes as the nerves regenerate I got a strange feeling....sort of a vibration, but sometimes sort of a searing sensation, and at other times it was like someone stuck a knife in my chest (I actually thought I was having a heart attack sometimes).  Many of my co-horts in a breast cancer support group I belonged to said that they had the sensation too and had been told that it was the nerve regeneration or sometimes that the scar tissue underneath would pull or stretch and cause strange sensations. This was verified later by a couple of doctors I talked to.

       

      While trying to describe the different sensations on the internet may not really direct us to an answer, this may be what you're feeling. 

       

      Lisa Quintana

      http://michigoose-longtermbcsurvivor.blogspot.com/

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    • JAS
      JAS
      January 26, 2012
      JAS
      JAS
      January 26, 2012

      I had a lumpectomy also - 5 years ago.  The vibrating feeling in my breast started a few months ago.  It comes and go, but when it starts, I have it for several days. It is the most annoying feeling that you cannot shake.  It feels like there are tiny worms crawling around in there or something.  It makes me crazy.!

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    • Diana
      July 02, 2012
      Diana
      July 02, 2012

      I have had a biospy in my right breast but, the vibration is on the left side. I fiqure it is indigestion. I have had a few times when my bed felt like it was vibrating and even as I write this , it has been buzzing for quite awhile.

       

      I just had a mammogram and it turned out normal. It is really weird and I am glad to have found where others have the same experience.

       

      And I never carry a cellphone in my pocket or my bra.Kiss

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    • Diana
      July 02, 2012
      Diana
      July 02, 2012

      I have had a biospy in my right breast but, the vibration is on the left side. I fiqure it is indigestion. I have had a few times when my bed felt like it was vibrating and even as I write this , it has been buzzing for quite awhile.

       

      I just had a mammogram and it turned out normal. It is really weird and I am glad to have found where others have the same experience.

       

      And I never carry a cellphone in my pocket or my bra.Kiss

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      July 02, 2012
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      July 02, 2012

      Diana, thanks for adding your theory to the breast vibration question.  It appears that there can be several possible triggers for the muscle spasms that seem to be the source of breast vibrations.  If yours are tied to indigestion, you will want to check with your doctor if you have this problem frequently. 

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    • erica
      August 21, 2012
      erica
      August 21, 2012

      hi, i have several non-carcinogen cysts on left breast. ever since i had a mamogram ive been having this vibrating feeling left breast. it is so anoying. im super worried. i also have breast implants. so, im extremely confused of what this could be. keep on posting please. thank u

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      August 21, 2012
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      August 21, 2012

      Erika, generally speaking breast vibrations do not appear to be dangerous.  They seem to be muscle spasms and the cause is not fully understood.  I am assuming that you know that you have cysts because lumps identified on the mammogram were further evaluated on an ultrasound and shown to be harmless cysts.  It is probably time to check in with your doctor to ask for some clarification about what the tests showed and if there are special considerations that you need to keep in mind as a person with implants.  However, I don't think you need to worry too much about the vibrations.

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    • marie clare
      January 24, 2013
      marie clare
      January 24, 2013

      hi!

       

      i don't know if anyone is still paying attention to this thread, but im sure someone who is presently vibrating will come across it!!

       

      this is driving me crazy.it is in my left breast. i checked with the dr. and he asked me if i had an ekg and YES, i had it last time i was there, a few weeks ago. so he said it's nothing.

       

      after reading all this i think that maybe it's possible that it's from leaning on my left elbow at the computer. I've already got computer elbow and maybe if it's nerve damage, that's what it's from

       

      it's still scary, though!

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      January 24, 2013
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      January 24, 2013

      Marie Claire, your theory that this is related to nerve pressure from your elbow make sense to me.  If it goes away after changing the way you work at the computer, you will have your answer.  As you can tell from this thread, this vibration is not something to worry about, especially since you have had your heart checked out.  I wouldn't agree with your doctor that it is "nothing" since it annoys you, but maybe knowing that it is not dangerous will make it easier to bear.

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    • swastikm
      March 12, 2013
      swastikm
      March 12, 2013

      good day im swastik maharaj from south africa n just a few days ago my wife has begin suffering with this vibrations and now we on our way to see our family doctor to find out what this strange thing is

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  • Melanie B. January 02, 2009
    Melanie B.
    January 02, 2009

    I have had something very similiar since July.  It feels deep in my chest always the left side.  It happens more late afternoon and evening making it hard to sleep.  I have had every test under the sun.  Heart, endocrine, infection, lyme and just recently an MRI.  All is fine.  I have been seeing a chiropractor.  He has been adjusting a rib and my upper neck/scull.  He thinks it might be a nerve.  It has been two months but it's still there - not as strong as often.  Sometimes moves into tingling in my face, which might be a side effect of the upper neck/scull adjustments.  Makes me feel like sort of odd.  Like I just want to lie down.  Does anyone feel more than just annoyed by it?  The two doctors I have seen seem baffled and have hinted it might be panic/anxiety.  Maybe some panic/anxiety when this all started.  It was kind of scary in the middle of the night.  I am scheduled to see a neurologists in Feb.

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  • pukeko November 21, 2008
    pukeko
    November 21, 2008

    I am amazed at so many women experiencing this. I have been experiencing this for about three or four weeks. It is intermittent and lasts, at the most, 10 seconds at a time. Such a strange sensation. A Fairy's cell phone ringing is the perfect description. Only in my right breast and I have never had breast cancer as far as I am aware. Surely there must be some explanation. I figured it was maybe a nerve - but why ?

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  • Lulu November 17, 2008
    Lulu
    November 17, 2008

    Add me to the list.  My stats: 53yrs old, female, no kids, no sign of breast cancer ever. Never kept  my cell phone in my bra. Buzzing started last night in t he left breast. I may or may not have problems with acid reflux.

     

     

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  • Lulu November 17, 2008
    Lulu
    November 17, 2008

    Add me to the list.  My stats: 53yrs old, female, no kids, no sign of breast cancer ever. Never kept  my cell phone in my bra. Buzzing started last night in t he left breast. I may or may not have problems with acid reflux.

     

     

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  • Carol October 08, 2008
    Carol
    October 08, 2008

    I too started having vibrations in my left breast yesterday morning.  Like several others, I had a partial mastecomy 5 years ago for malignant cancer in my left breast.  There has to be a medical answer for this if so many of us are having the same symptoms.  Unlike several others, I do not or never have carried my cell phone in my clothing, it's always in my purse, so I don't think that that is a common demoninator for us.

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    • RB831
      May 24, 2010
      RB831
      May 24, 2010

      OMG I am so shocked that other people have this same sensation!!! I googled this thinking there will be nothing!! This vibration started this morning and has happened about 5 times throughout the day, lasting about 2 seconds.. It is actually vibrating and I went in the mirror and saw it moving.. It is in my left breast.. What is this??? Coincidentally I put my cell phone in my upper left pocket last week for two straight days in work.. Never did this b4. I usually carry it in my hip pocket..

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  • Kim63 September 30, 2008
    Kim63
    September 30, 2008

    OMG!! I'm having the same thing. It started in the middle of the night just last night.  I often will carry my cellphone in my bra, tucked close to the axilla on the left side so I know what the vibration of  a cellphone feels like.  Only this vibration is in the right breast.  I made a comment to my coworker this morning about the sensation and when I googled it, I was most shocked! 

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  • NATALIE H September 04, 2008
    NATALIE H
    September 04, 2008

    Hello, well I too am glad I am not alone.  I expected to find issues with the heart when I typed in vibrating in my chest.  My left breast has been vibrating every 7-10 seconds since last night.  I have never had breast cancer of any form.  I do have has MS and recently had a full relapse from which I am recovering.  I also have Mitral Valve Prolapse which has never required treatment.  I feel fine but this is weird and it feels just like a cell phone as I sometimes carry my phone is the top of my bra there but am not since this started.  Any answers????  Natalie

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    • Paula
      May 23, 2011
      Paula
      May 23, 2011

      I also have mitral valve prolapse and am wondering if the vibrating i've been having all week and real bad tonight could be problems with the valve getting worse.

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      May 24, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      May 24, 2011

      Paula, it is true that sometimes sensations in our breast are actually referred pain from other parts of our body.  I'd suggest calling the doctor today.  If it isn't heart-related, you'll feel better knowing that it's harmless muscle contractions.  But if it is a change in your valve condition, the sooner the doctor knows, the sooner you can make decisions about what to do next. 

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  • Diane August 03, 2008
    Diane
    August 03, 2008

    I am so glad that I am not alone!!  This started on Friday and now it is Sunday.  I too felt that my pager was going off and it is my right breast.  I have not had anything done and have had a negative mammogram.  It is the oddest thing!  After reading the posts, did any of yours stop?  I am hoping so!

    Thanks.

     

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  • Rita July 28, 2008
    Rita
    July 28, 2008

    I am so happy I found this site.  I have had a biopsy with two clips left in done in April.  I noticed the buzzing sensation everyone is describing.  It started to ease and then I had another biopsy in June.  It came back.  Not quite as irritating, but most definitely noticeable.  I never carry my cell phone in my pocket-have carried it on my hip and the sensation is exactly that feeling-in my breast.  My doctor had never heard of it either.  I am going to give her copies of the emails on this forum.  I am having a lumpectomy in two weeks-in the same breast, so will be interested to see if that makes it more active or maybe decreases it.  I have had many procedures on my other breast and never had this experience.  I had been wondering if the clips had anything to do with it-as I never had them before??

     

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  • Lulie July 21, 2008
    Lulie
    July 21, 2008

    Me, too.  There are too many instances of this being reported for us not to have any definitive answers.  What's up?

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  • admama3 July 18, 2008
    admama3
    July 18, 2008

    I was just doing a search on this EXACT same sensation! I can't believe we are all experiencing it. Mine is in my right breast and has just started within the past few days. It feels exactly like a cell phone on vibrate. It is happening every 30secs or so and is just really, really annoying. I think there must be some explanation, but what is it? Does anybody have any definitive answers? Please?

     

    Thanks!

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  • angela May 05, 2009
    angela
    May 05, 2009

    Have you noticed how you are feeling emotionally when the buzzing happens? Are you really relaxed and comfortable?  Anxious and nervous?  I have been having experiencing this too and notice that it happens when I am in meditation and feeling absolutely no stress.  I honestly believe its breaking up energetic/physical blockages in the breast and is very positive.  Just relax, breathe and deepen into the feeling.

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  • Melanie B. April 22, 2009
    Melanie B.
    April 22, 2009

    I have an answer - posture!!!  I know it can't be that simple.  Here is my story.  My tingling started in July of 2008 (don't know why).  I could not sleep through it.   I was terrified. Thought I was having heart and anxiety problems.  I have spent thousands on tests.  I've seen a cardiologist, endocrinologist, neurologist and regular my doctor.  No one knew what the problem was. I starting seeing a chiropractor.  He suggested my rib was out and gave me excercises to strenghthen my back muscles.  Started to help.  Decided after a thoracic MRI I would try a physical therapist.  I now where a cloth brace to keep my shoulders back and am doing excercises to open my chest and strengthen my back.  It really has helped.  I KNOW we are now on the right track.  When I take the brace off the tingling will happen but much less everyday.  No one has named this but I truly think this is my answer.  Good Luck!! 

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  • Helen March 30, 2009
    Helen
    March 30, 2009

    I am 73 and have had these buzzing vibrations in one or other of my breasts for some months, exactly like a mobile or cellphone vibrations. Lasts few seconds, then gone.

     

    I am on medication for Osteoporosis ie Allendronic Acid which takes the calcium from the bloodstream, putting it into the bones, so maybe a lack of calcium could be the problem.   I read on a website that it can be the cause, but can't find that web now.

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  • kimmy January 26, 2009
    kimmy
    January 26, 2009

    UNBELIEVABLE...I also checked WEBMD first and got nothing...googled the question and here I am...mine started this last week...left breast...the other symptom for me also within the last week is occasional muscle twitching in my neck also on left side...not sure if related...also burping alot but not having bad heartburn...just started researching and "muscle fascilations" (spasms) has come up twice...sounds like nothing to worry about but obviously we are all concerned...it's about par that medical doctors have never heard of this...there are so few out there that actually know what they are doing which is scarey in and of itself!!!

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  • abcdefg December 16, 2008
    abcdefg
    December 16, 2008

    as somebody said before its like a mobile phone vibrating except there is no phone and its more faint. im too embarassed to go to the doctor and i dont think its anything serious. i spoke to my mum about it and she thought it could just be a nerve. but its been happening for about 3 days. im surprised there are so many people with the same symptoms.

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  • Rebecca December 14, 2008
    Rebecca
    December 14, 2008

    My left breast has been vibrating the last two days, just a gentle vibration like a cell phone on low vibration.  I am concerned also, and  hope that someone has an answer for us.  I have never had breast cancer, although my Mother and sister both had it, but my last mammogram was fine. 

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  • concernec December 03, 2008
    concernec
    December 03, 2008

    I am too out done~ I thought i would be the only one.  Please please let's keep our ears and eyes open to any suggestions b/c the feeling is very irrating.

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  • Heather Strange November 09, 2008
    Heather Strange
    November 09, 2008

    okay... I'll add to the list of "me too's".   I have not experienced this sensation for several months now, but I did feel it for several weeks, and then it disappeared.  I was searching on line for a problem that I fear is much bigger than this, and felt compelled to add my other symptoms that I think may be realated to this vibrating sensation in the breast.   

     

    I have been experiencing a similar sensation in my left arm pit for about a year and a half.  At times my arm even feels numb.  When I went to my doctor he essentally told me I was imagining it, and that I was fine.  I was insulted with his answer and demanded an mamogram and a heart test.  They came back fine.  However I still have odd sensations a year and a half later.  I assumed the vibrating feeling that I experienced in my left breast was tied to the sensations I was having in my armpit. I'm scared that I have cancer.  I can't tell if my problem is a cirulatory issue, lymph node issue or a nervous system issue.  I know I need to go back to the doctor, but I'm afraid of medical bills!!  

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  • deke November 03, 2008
    deke
    November 03, 2008

    This is too weird, but I'm glad we are all here. I am a male, 37 no cardiac issues and have had this same thing on and off for the past few days. It does feel exactly like a cell phone in my pocket! Sean's Mom post talked about acid reflux, and I have this too, so why not try an alka selzter? Also I have had a upper respiratory infection and coughing up yucky junk for a few days. I just went on antibiotics today. My electrolytes (also mentioned in some posts) might be off, so I am trying a big jug of gatorade and will eat a banana for potassium. Finally, I took Mucinex for my cold and may have taken it each day I had the 'buzz' (today is by far the most buzzing), so no more of that stuff!

     

    Hope this helps.

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    • Mom
      Mom
      February 07, 2010
      Mom
      Mom
      February 07, 2010

      Since you have acid reflux, your body is too acidic. When your body is too acidic, it allows all sorts of things to reproduce in your body that shouldn't be there.  Cancer can only grow/live in an acidic, non-oxygenated arena.  Start becoming more alkaline and you will see a difference.  Alka selzter GOLD is the only one to take for acidic problems.  All the others contain meds., ie: pain killers, etc.  Celery, asparagus, lettuce (not iceberg), green beans, really all veggies,  chamomile tea, ginger tea, twig tea, are all alkaline.  Remove ALL sugar, wheat; (breads/pastas), dairy, especially sodas, as these are all acidic.

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  • janine October 02, 2008
    janine
    October 02, 2008

    Well, I've also been noticing the same feeling, and also for about 4 days now. I have had a biopsy, 20 years ago, and I still have fybrocystic tumors, ( which have actually gotten much better since limiting salt and caffiene intake ), but this is the first time I've noticed this. The fairy's cell phone ringing is the perfect descpition. Right breast, for me. And why is it always only one or the other? Why have doctors not heard of it? It is very interesting to see how many women are experiencing the same thing. Is it just me, or does it seem to be a relatively new phenomena across the board? Makes one wonder what the heck is going on in our world, in our environment, in our diets, what indeed? Personally I have little faith in Western medicine. I intend to do Reiki and get healthier all the way around, and hopefully that will make a difference. Are we just the sensitive ones, the canaries so to speak? Better start living clean is my suggestion. To the women who posted earlier, please respond with how long it lasted, and did it go away? Thanks, Health and Peace to you all.

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  • Debbie August 02, 2008
    Debbie
    August 02, 2008

    I also have a buzzing sensation in my right breast.  The only idea I can come up with is past history of the shingles on the right side that went from around my right back and under my right breast.  The shingles occurred 2 years ago, but I have had problems with post-herpetic neuralgia. This buzzing just started 2 weeks ago. I need answers too.

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    • Countess1166
      January 11, 2012
      Countess1166
      January 11, 2012

      Debbie, BINGO! I had shingles two years ago as well. My buzzing is on the heart

      side. I've been buzzing for about 2 weeks.

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  • kimma October 01, 2009
    kimma
    October 01, 2009

    never ever thought that when i googled "my boob is vibrating" i'd find so many answers!

     

    i've felt this slight 'buzzing' or 'vibrating' in my left breast all day and it's been really irritating me. at first i thought it must have been the way my shirt was sitting but then i put a bra on and it still happened. been happening a few times an hour all day, but it's not too bad because it's not vibrating heaps. hoping it'll be gone by tomorrow. really glad i found this site because i thought i was going insane! or that something really bad might be happening to me ;(

     

    and for statistics sake, i am 21, female, never had cancer or cysts or lumps in my breasts or anything else like that. never had any breast/chest area or upper back surgery. never had a mammogram. (it seems i might be the youngest here to have felt this? tried to look for some other answers by 20-somethings but only skimmed so might have missed you..)

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  • TinaClarice September 07, 2009
    TinaClarice
    September 07, 2009

    Just adding another one :) I too have a vibrating left breast...been on and off for a few weeks now. I am 36, I never carry my cell phone in my bra or anywhere close to my breast, never had any surgeries/biopsies, have had breast exams...no mammogram yet but am going for first one soon. So I am bookmarking this page and hoping to one day check back and someone will know the answer to a very puzzling question :)

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    • curlygirl
      September 28, 2009
      curlygirl
      September 28, 2009

      I too am extremely surprised to see so many people have the same symptoms.  I am 38, have no history of breast cancer and I don't carry my cell phone near my body often.  This just started yesterday and it is really bugging me.  Maybe it will bother me less now that I know I am not the only one and will be a little less paranoid that I am going to drop dead of a heart attack.  I am sure I look a little strange grabbing my left breast every 30 seconds to try to feel the vibrations.Embarassed  Doesn't look like anyone has any clear answers but I might buy the idea of a nerve spasm.

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  • Deb
    Deb
    August 13, 2009
    Deb
    Deb
    August 13, 2009

    I can't believe all the people who have experienced the same strange symptoms and absolutely no physician has an answer. I have had the same sensations alternately on both sides of the outer side of either breasts. I have for 2 years used my bra (on the left side) as a repository for my cell phone. I have not had any biopsies nor surguries of any kind. I was afraid to bring it up to a health care provider for fear of being considered crazy. I am sorry for anyone to have this puzzling medical issue, but I am also glad it isn't just in my head!

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  • Tammy June 23, 2009
    Tammy
    June 23, 2009

    Wow! I cannot believe that there are others with this same sensation. I told my husband earlier tonight that I thought I needed to make an appt with my doctor because of this weird sensation in my left breast. He acted like he thought it was all in my head. 

     

    I am a right-handed, 50 yr old mother of two grown children, with no prior breast surgeries. My only source of caffeine is 1-2 cups of coffee in the morning. I take a multi-vitamin, magnesium, calcium, and vitamin D.

     

    I had a normal mammogram in January. I have a busy life, but my life has been that way for the last two years without the sensation, and I have definitely been a lot more stressed than I am now. So, I do not think this is a stress issue.

     

    The sensation feels to me like it is most-likely a mild muscle spasm or a freaked out nerve ending. I admit that I was worried until I found this website, but I feel better now.

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    • KarenK
      June 29, 2009
      KarenK
      June 29, 2009

      I'm another "me, too". It's in the left breast. I'm right handed, 53, have one child that was breast fed (I was 36). Get annual mammograms. Last year, the mammo center called me in for a recheck. Fortunately, it was clear.  It's wild that so many have this sensation but never hear about it - and so many situations are dissimilar. I have RA and frequently get a twinge on the right side of my spine, just below my waist. I've never been one to freak out about odd symptoms, but will talk to my GYN at the next annual appointment. If he has any insight, I'll post again.

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  • jayne April 27, 2009
    jayne
    April 27, 2009

    I also have this vibration and sometimes on the out side of my vagina oddly enough.  It always goes away. but returns weeks later. I was wondering if any of you smoke it could be related.  I'm going to the Dr. I'll get back to you.

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  • Melanie B. April 22, 2009
    Melanie B.
    April 22, 2009

    I forgot to tell you all.  My husband has the same sort of vibration now and then.  Usually when his job requires repetitive motions.  He tells me it has to be a muscle issue.  I'm starting to be truly convinced.  Physical therapist told me yesterday to continue on with the excercises and that it will take time to fix this problem. 

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  • Melanie B. April 01, 2009
    Melanie B.
    April 01, 2009

    I have an answer - posture!!!  I know it can't be that simple.  Here is my story.  My tingling started in July of 2008 (don't know why).  I could not sleep through it.   I was terrified. Thought I was having heart and anxiety problems.  I have spent thousands on tests.  I've seen a cardiologist, endocrinologist, neurologist and regular my doctor a lot.  No one knew what the problem was. I starting seeing a chiropractor.  He suggested my rib was out and gave me excercises to strenghthen my back muscles.  Started to help.  Decided after another MRI I would try a physical therapist.  I now where a cloth brace to keep my shoulders back and am doing excercises to open my chest and strengthen my back.  It really has helped.  I KNOW we are now on the right track.  When I take the brace off the tingling will happen but much less everyday.  No one has named this but I truly think this is my answer.  Good Luck!! 

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    • Lucy
      November 16, 2009
      Lucy
      November 16, 2009

      I was getting quite concerned and still will make a doctor's appointment.

      I had a mamogram in May "09" with  negative results. I had this vibration a few years ago. It went away but came back November "09. 

      I do believe it has a lot to do with posture. Just sitting and reading the many concerns about this weid buzzing in the left breast, I tried improving my posture by sitting more upright and I have not had the buzzing in the last 15 minutes. I think correcting your posture might have a lot to do with it. I also have acid reflux. I will give up my coffee and other foods with caffeine too.  It would not hurt to take the B12 and B 6 Vitamins also.

      I will also search the web for upper back exercises to strenghten the back muscles and improve posture.

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    • Lucy
      November 16, 2009
      Lucy
      November 16, 2009

      I couldn't believe how many people have posted comments with the same issue. I do believe poor posture has a lot to do with this vibrating in my left breast. While reading the many comments, I corrected my poor posture by sitting with my shoulder back more and I have not felt that vibration in a while.

      I also have acid reflux. This might be a contributing factor. It would not hurt to start taking the B12 and B6 Vitamins.

      it's hard to believe there is very little medical research to support what it going on.

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    • Lucy
      November 16, 2009
      Lucy
      November 16, 2009

      I couldn't believe how many people have posted comments with the same issue. I do believe poor posture has a lot to do with this vibrating in my left breast. While reading the many comments, I corrected my poor posture by sitting with my shoulder back more and I have not felt that vibration in a while.

      I also have acid reflux. This might be a contributing factor. It would not hurt to start taking the B12 and B6 Vitamins.

      it's hard to believe there is very little medical research to support what it going on.

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    • Lucy
      November 17, 2009
      Lucy
      November 17, 2009

      Starting last evening when I was reading all of the comment I counsiously pushed my shoulders back to improve my posture.  I also found that I was wearing a poor support top for a bra. Today I wore a bra to hold my breast up. Would you believe it! I did not have one vibrating buzz today. I think the people who commented on poor posture and possibly a weak muscle in that area might be on the right track. I also gave up the caffeine. I will comment again a week from now.

      I hope this help all the people with this annoying buzzing. I do believe that if you have GIRD(Gastro Intestinal Reflux disorder), this might contribute too. I made sure I took my nexium also.

      I too thought I had a rare problem that no one had heard of. I even thought if I mention it to my primary doctor, he might think it was all in my head. Good Luck!

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    • Melanie B.
      November 18, 2009
      Melanie B.
      November 18, 2009

      It is amazing to me that I couldn't find a doctor that could figure this out!  My physical therapist thought my description strange but understood the body enough that he could decide how to tackle this issue.  Good luck to you.  I am feeling better every day but still can find myself slumping in a chair and then the tingle starts. 

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    • Lizzie
      November 06, 2011
      Lizzie
      November 06, 2011

      I think you are right. You and Juniper seem to have hit the nail on the head.  After reading all the responses and symptoms posted, yours makes the most sense.  I am 46 years old and have no history of breast or heart problems. I don't smoke or drink and my caffeine consumption is 1-2 cups a day. All tests from the doctor have come back normal. I have no acid reflux problems. On whole I am pretty healthy.  I have been having these breast vibrations on my left breast for the past couple of months.  I do not carry my cell phone on my body.  I always have it in my purse. I know that my posture is not very good. I sit at a desk all day.  In the past 4-5 months I have been having issues with my back and spine.  It all makes sense.  I find the days that my back hurts the most, the vibrations happen more often. I am going to be going to physio soon and going for tests to check on my spine.  Hope this is the answer.  Have enough to worry about without adding to it. Will update my findings.  Nice to know I am not the only one!

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    • Melanie B.
      November 07, 2011
      Melanie B.
      November 07, 2011

      Just an update - I am doing well.  As long as I get adjusted periodically by my chiropractor, I do not have any more tingling/buzzing!  My Chiro specializes in the thoracic (mid-chest) and is awesome!  Hope you find someone who can help! 

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  • PAMELA March 19, 2009
    PAMELA
    March 19, 2009

    HI I HAV EBEEN HAVING VIBRATION IN MY BREAT FOR ABOUT 2  - 3 WEEKS NOW DOCTORS THOUGHT IT WAS BRONCHITUS BUT I DO RECALL HAVING SIMILAR PROBLEM IN THE PAST A BOUT 2 YRS AGO AND IT WAS DUE TO ACD REFLUX I AM SLEEOING WITH BED ELEVATED NOW AND WATCHING WHAT I EAT AND LOT OF WATER IM 38 AND I JUST GOT MY YEARLY MAMMO I HAVENT HEARD ANYTHING BACK YET SO I WILL COME BACK MONDAY AND LET YOU KNOW WHAT I FIND IF ANYONE FINDS AN ANSWER THAT IS SOLIDE EMAIL EM AT LITTLEPINKFAERY1@AOL.COM THANKS MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE ANNOYED AND ANXIOUS           PAMELA

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  • megn730 January 26, 2009
    megn730
    January 26, 2009

    Wow. I just found this page and am appalled that I've never heard of this happening before! I am 24, never had surgery or illness of any kind pertaining to the breasts. I did have shingles last year, but that was on my right back/chest, and the vibrations are in my left breast. It feels EXACTLY like a cell phone vibrating, and I've tried to feel it from the outside but it too seems to be internal. I also have one symptom that someone else mentioned--around the same time as the vibrations started I had a tension or pulsing sensation in the veins in the front of my neck. Scary. I looked up the symptoms on webmd and all they came up with was possible heart problems. I've also been on birth control for 5 years, but recently switched to a different brand (Junel Fe). I plan on seeing my doctor within the month and look forward to hearing of any other feedback from professionals as far as answering these odd symptoms. --Megan--

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  • Nancy January 17, 2009
    Nancy
    January 17, 2009

    I have fibrocystic breasts (bumpy boobs) and from time to time have the cysts aspirated in the doctor's office.  I have mammograms every six months, and have had breast biopsies, all benign.  My best guess is that the vibrating is either nerve related or is a cyst refilling, because they nearly always recur.  And, it could be a circulatory thing.  The vibrating/buzzing is annoying, but apparently is not dangerous.  This, too, will pass.

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  • Michelle  January 10, 2009
    Michelle
    January 10, 2009

    I have also been experiencing a vibration in my left breast for the last 2 months.  I have noticed it both when I am active and when I am at rest.  It has become much more frequent in the last few days.  That is what prompted me to search it on google and find this page.  I am 37 and fairly active.  I have never carried a cell phone anywhere near that area.  I am on no medications.

    I found a small yet noticeable lump in that breast a year ago.  I had a core biopsy about 6 months ago.  The biopsy results indicated a benign fibroadonema or a benign phyllodes tumour in the outside area of that breast.  However, the vibration is nearer to the centre of the breast. 

    I have not yet mentioned it to my doctor. 

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  • abcdefg December 16, 2008
    abcdefg
    December 16, 2008

    okay well im only fourteen and i have the same sort of thing. i can feel a very faint sort of vibrationg in my left breast. its been happening for a few days now and im starting to wonder if its anything serious. it doesnt hurt, and i can put up with it, im just curious to know what it could be. thankyou Smile

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  • Penny November 29, 2008
    Penny
    November 29, 2008

    OMG! This is way too weird! For the past couple of months I have had tingling/vibrating sensations mostly in my left breast, sometimes in my right. I'm 34 years old and female.  I have never had any kind of surgery and no history of breast cancer on either side of my family. I do not put my cell phone in my bra either.  It happens every few minutes or so and it is truly frightening me.  I'm going to get a mammo this monday.   

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  • Mary November 12, 2008
    Mary
    November 12, 2008

    I'm glad to find other cases of this. My left breast began buzzing about 2 days ago.  It doesn't feel like anything to do with my heart, because the buzzing is within the breast tissue itself.  Feels like a cell phone vibrating, but very gentle.  It lasts for a few seconds each time, and repeats about every minute.  Not painful or even uncomfortable, just constantly aware of it.  I've never had any breast surgeries.  But do sometimes tuck my cell phone into my bra, always on the left side.  But since many others have this symptom but no cell phone, that probably isn't the cause.  I have no idea what is causing it, but don't want to call the doctor about a "buzzing in my breast".  Sounds crazy. I was hoping to find an answer on the web, but it sounds like no answers, just others with the same symptom...but that's something at least.  I'm just going to wait a few days and see if it stops.  If anyone has any answers, would love to hear it.

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    • One
      One
      September 28, 2010
      One
      One
      September 28, 2010

      this describes me best, cuz i have the same for last coupla weeks.

      I don't think its my heart.

      I AM under alot of stress and I do have reflux.

      Its annoying as all get out.

      I keep thinking its my cellphone too!

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  • Irispath October 22, 2008
    Irispath
    October 22, 2008

    I also have left breast vibrations. I had a lumpectomy, chemo, and radiation 11 years ago, and have clips in that breast. Over the years, I have occasionally felt that buzzing when I was sitting in our school's computer room (I'm a teacher). I thought it was related to the clips. Now I'm a student again, use my laptop a lot, and am surrounded by about 50 laptops during classes. My breast is buzzing at those short intervals all the time. I think it is related to the magnetic/electronic fields of the laptops. My surgeon suggested I see my radiologist, so I've made an appointment. I also have a mitrovalve prolapse, so I'm chekcing with my cardiologist, too. Strange so many of us are experiencing this. Anyone else note an increase when near many computers? Maybe that and the cell phone proximity are related.

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  • Tish0521 September 08, 2008
    Tish0521
    September 08, 2008

    I'm adding to the "it happens to me too"!  I do carry my cell phone in my bra, quite often on the left side.  But, since, my breast started vibrating on its own, I've started just carrying my cell by hand. I've had the vibrating for a long time, now.  Oddly, it's been about two years.  Two years ago when I got my first Mammy, I asked my doc and the tech and both had never heard of it.  Lately, since about June/July, it's happening more, and just recently, my nipples have begun to hurt to touch.  I was hoping that I could find a solution so I wouldn't have to call my doc.  Lately. I've been having female issues, and I'm worrried she's going to think I'm trying to get attention of some sort.  Even though her diagnosis is always the same as what I "suggested".

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  • Nicola Martin August 30, 2008
    Nicola Martin
    August 30, 2008

    I have had this sensation for a couple of days now. how weird that its so common. I am worried because I have breast implants and was wondering if something was going wrong with them. Now i am worried its more sinister after reading some posts.

    Anybody medically trained have any good advice??

     

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  • spasm August 27, 2008
    spasm
    August 27, 2008

    First off , I am male. Though I am glad I am not alone in this weird phenomenon; I wish I had some answers.  I am also experience this weird sensation, under the nipple area on my left breast/peck. It feels like I have my cell phone set to vibrate in my breast pocket ( only not quite as powerful of a vibration as my cell phone)  I have been experiencing this for about two weeks now, with a few days of it not happening. It lasts about three or four seconds then stops but it mostly happens when I am moving. I have no history of breast issues in my family, not that I am aware of anyway. The best thing that I could think of this is, is this is some sort of wacky nerve that’s having a spasm.

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    • Chuck V.
      October 16, 2009
      Chuck V.
      October 16, 2009

      I have the exact same feeling also. Male 54 years old. Left breast "buzzes" randomly.  Researching it on the internet, and came across all these same reports.  Feels just like a cell phone, but I never keep my cell phone there. 

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  • DianeW September 29, 2009
    DianeW
    September 29, 2009

    I'm 41 and went on camping trip last weekend and noticed my right breast was vibrating also.  I timed it and it was going off every 7 minutes for about 2-3 secs. (My friend was laughing at me because I was tapping my right breast like I was shutting off a snooze alarm lol) I've had no cancer, no breast surgeries, no cell phones anywhere but on my ear. Now that I've been back home its only gone off twice on the 1st day back (Sunday) and none after that.  I'm really thinking its just nerves creating muscle spasms. Kinda like you get eye twitches. I'm still going to ask my OBGYN, but I think everyone has put really great info on here with all kinds of medical situations which gave me my conclusion. 

     

    Thank God for the Internet!  Now if we can just get our doctors to use it too we'll all be in business!!!

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  • Annoyed September 19, 2009
    Annoyed
    September 19, 2009

    i have had the same sensation. It happens now maybe every other month . Sometimes it last one -two days. It feels just like a cell phone on vibrate and it always affects the left breast. It doesn't hurt, its just annoying. What is this?????

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    • PJ Hamel
      September 19, 2009
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      September 19, 2009

      No one seems to know what causes this, and it's quite common. Suggestions hav been made that it's spasms of the very tiny muscles surrounding the nipple. I'm going to do some research on this one of these days! PJH

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  • Jen
    Jen
    July 31, 2009
    Jen
    Jen
    July 31, 2009

    I've had it on and off for 2-3 years sometimes in the left breast and sometimes in the right and sometimes in the center.  zzzzz pause.... zzzz...pause, just like everyone describes.  The longest "spell" was for about a week, but usually it's just on and off for a day or two otherwise.  I am 34 y/o female, large bumpy boobs too and overweight and right handed.  I never carry cell in bra and never have it on vibrate, but I do carry it in pants pocket.  I have also gotten these same buzzing feelings on a couple of occasions in my inner thigh area and once in abdomen and once or twice in hip.  Today it is sporadic in center of chest/a bit more to the right.  It is deep and cannot be felt from the outside.  It is annoying and scary.  I haven't started any new workout plan.  I did just recently start a low carb metabolism B diet (which added splenda, aspartame and now I can't have fruit so probably lower potassium) but I had these spells before the diet.  My week-long spell of frequent boob buzzing did occur after a very frightful/stressful situation.  But this that started yesterday, well, I don't have really anything stressful going on to have caused it.  I haven't been to any doctors nor had any tests.  I do have other ailments here and there such as burning chest pain sometimes (maybe acid reflux?) and pain between the shoulder blades or sometimes just under the left shoulder blade.  I do seem to have more problems if I've been sitting for long periods at the computer.  I do also think possibly posture plays a small role, perhaps, my posture is awful.  I also get tingling and numbness sometimes in fingers/hands, weakness in arm but I figure that's either due to nerve or my frequent lower back pain, or neck pain or either possibly carpal tunnel.  Sorry for all the extra info but I'm hoping maybe by putting together some clues, there will be answers.  I'm afraid to go to Drs, they will only tell me I'm nuts.  I have wondered if I have possible circulation issues or heart issues.  My other scary symptom is that I get minor pitting edema around my lower shins, if I press for a spell with my finger, it will leave an indentation that takes several minutes before it goes back to normal and socks leave quite a mark for a long period as well. My diet has been really healthy for the past year.  I used to smoke but that was over 3 years ago, vibrations didn't occur until after I had quit.  If anyone has any other questions for me feel free to ask and if anyone has ANY ideas or answers or thoughts or followups, please please please post here.  These responses are so very helpful.  Thank you

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  • mkbraley May 11, 2009
    mkbraley
    May 11, 2009

    Hello everybody - felt compelled to post.  My left breast started vibrating for a couple of seconds at a time a few days ago. Same thing - doesn't hurt, just feels strange.  I am 52, no children, annual mammogram coming up next week, no breast issues to date.  In the past I have tucked my cell phone in my bra occasionally, but won't from now on. 

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    • mkbraley
      July 01, 2009
      mkbraley
      July 01, 2009

      Here is my follow-up:  Today, June 30, I was diagnosed with a stomach ulcer in approximately the same area that the buzzing occurrs.  It feels like the two symptoms are related.  Will post again after my 60 days of pill-taking to heal the ulcer.

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  • Alrighty April 10, 2009
    Alrighty
    April 10, 2009

    No answer here but noted in quick read thru approx 71 comments no cancer or surg/biopsy history; 2 men; 9 prev surg/biop no cancer; 5 prev cancer history - like I said approx #s and somewhat assuring to someone that likes figures. I have sensation over a week in right breast off and on. Now for example past hour - haven't noticed at night. Have always had fibrocystic lumpy breasts, have slept poorly lately on couch w/rt arm falling asleep once and cricks in neck. Am also taking Osteoporisis meds (Boniva) at 49 yrs old - so wonder about calcium comment. This meds side affects are gastric/esophogal related (hmmm).  I plan to take vitamin daily to see if anything changes and less caffiene. I have experienced brief sharp pains in my breasts in past over my life- figured it was caffiene. My annual Mam is scheduled in May. I will print out these to take there and leave for their review. I have some history as others; poor posture, hysterectomy, breast fed.  Will check back.

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  • cat
    cat
    April 07, 2009
    cat
    cat
    April 07, 2009

    melanie b....i think you are spot on!!!!!...there is such a plexus of nerves in the arm to torso/shoulder region that if you do not practice good posture and core strength something is going to give. i'm curious if the folks with left breast vibration are right handed and vica versa.....

    the only other ting i might suggest to some of you is...STOP putting your phone in our bra...cell phones emit bad stuff!

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  • Idon'tkeepmyphonethere March 31, 2009
    Idon'tkeepmyphonethere
    March 31, 2009

    Hi All, I dont have any answer but phew!! im not some kinda vibrating nutter,  I cannot believe so many people have the same symptoms, I did not expect to get an answer when I googled it made me feel like it is real well, i'm now gonna speak to my doc, Im 37 female with vibrating left breast no previous of cancer or any treatments but I do have previous acid probs. Thanxs to the power of the WEB for the relief of at least im not on my own can a doctor get on to this and give a real medical answer?????????? 

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  • abc1228 March 28, 2009
    abc1228
    March 28, 2009

    I asked my husband, a doctor, and he said it must be related to our cell phones.  Then I found this site ...

     

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2007-06-12-cellphones_N.htm

     

    Apparently, our little weird vibrations are not that unusual.  What I don't get is why the right breast?

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    • mandie
      December 24, 2010
      mandie
      December 24, 2010

      I understand that many of the people who have this sensation have a history of having thier phone in thier bra and so it is easy to think that there is a connection. I, however, don't buy it. I have never carried a cell phone in my bra and I am sure the men who have posted here have not either. I believe the cell phone thing is unrelated. With that said I do not have an answer for it anymore than you all do. I just know for me there is no way a cell phone is involved.

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  • PAMELA March 26, 2009
    PAMELA
    March 26, 2009

    GUESS WHAT MY BUZZING IN MY BREAT /CHEST WENT AWAY WELL ALMOST IT ISNT VERY STRONG NOW OR AS MUCH WANT TO KNOW WHAT MY DOCTOR GAVE ME VITAMIN B 6 100 MG ONCE A DAY SHE SAID SOMETHING ABOUT THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYTEM AND THE SKIN AND IT WORKED SO IF IT FEELS LIKE BUZZING OR VIBRATING IN ON THE SKINS SURFACE TRY THIS I WAS GETTING ANNOYED AND WORRIED BUT IT DID INDEED WORK THEY ARE ALMOST GONE COMPLETELY  PAMELA LITTLEPINKFAERY1@AOL.COM

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  • abc1228 March 25, 2009
    abc1228
    March 25, 2009

    OK, so glad to hear that I'm not the only one out there.  I kept trying to answer my phone!  I'm 44, been blessed with healthy breasts though they are getting closer to the floor, never kept my phone in my bra, but I'm having this crazy vibrating in my right breast.  I really hope there aren't aliens out there trying to beam us up! (just kidding btw - well no not really, I really do hope there aren't, but I don't really think they are trying to beam us up.)  My husband is a physician, I'm going to ask him about it tonight.  I haven't asked him before because I thought I was just imagining it.  He'll probably look at me like I'm crazy, but given all these responses, it's gotta be something, right?!  I'll get back to you.

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  • Sarah February 23, 2009
    Sarah
    February 23, 2009

    Hi Joni!

    I just googled the same thing because I have experienced the exact same thing on my left side as well! Its very bizarre.  My mother just got through breast cancer last year and at 31 I'm planning on having a mamm done just in case.  It seems to do this right about the time my cycle starts and my breasts are a little tender anyway.  Have you noticed a pattern with your cycles?

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  • Emamom February 15, 2009
    Emamom
    February 15, 2009

    I just started having this buzzing sensation in my left breast/heart area.  Just knowing that I'm not going crazy is comfort enough...I was beginning to wonder if I was unique, but if this continues I'll have so many perfect descriptions to give to my Dr.  thanks to this site.  It's annoying, not painful, but I am so curious about what could be causing this to happen, it seems rythmic like it may be heart related, it's happening to me right now, it's like zzzzz, pause, zzzzzzz, pause, etc. 

     

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  • Yvette January 23, 2009
    Yvette
    January 23, 2009

    WOW.......I turned 45 in October, have annual mammograms, was diagnosed at age 15 with fibroids in both breast, but have never had any issues other than some "period"ic  soreness.  However, about 3 weeks ago I started having a "buzzing" sensation in my left breast.  It was concerning me..until now!  I just figured it was a deep nerve twitching but feels more like a vibration due to the depth in the tissue.

     

    Thanks for sharing Ladies and setting my mind at ease!!

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  • jax
    jax
    January 07, 2009
    jax
    jax
    January 07, 2009

    my right side of right breast started vibrating today, jan 7, 2008, very odd sensation, almost continueous. no sergery on breast, sergery on right arm at wrist. i do have high blood preasure. i have never kept my phone in my bra. i am 43 and active. thanks to all,...jax

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  • Buzzing While Shopping December 23, 2008
    Buzzing While Shopping
    December 23, 2008

    Glad to know I am not alone.  I was out Christmas shopping all day and I kept feeling this faint cell phone-like buzzing in my left breast.  Definitely not close to the heart, more in the breast tissue.  It's the weirdest thing.  Faint cell phone vibrating is definitely the best description.  I hope it's not something related to cancer.  I'm leaning towards the explanation of a nerve spasm as working in healthcare I have felt nerves buzz in this same fashion.  Certainly think we should all print out this thread and take it to our docs to get them to start understanding what this could be all about.  It's such an abstract concept too.  Let's update this thread as we progress so we can come up with answers and provide support.

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  • Shona December 16, 2008
    Shona
    December 16, 2008

    Thank god I am not alone.  I thought I was going mad!!  My buzzing sensation started last night, I just thought that i had been wearing my bra to tight, but possibly not.  I have no answers but if this keeps up am going to my doctors, will keep u all posted! x

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  • Donna December 03, 2008
    Donna
    December 03, 2008

    I just posted my story last night and I heard from my doctor this morning. My bloodwork came back with a very low B12 level. I asked if this could be causing the vibrations and she said possibly. I'm going to start taking 2000mg of B12 and see if the vibrations stop. It may be coincidence but you never know. If the B12 doesn't work I'm going to stop using splenda and see if that helps. I hope people who posted their comments awhile ago will post an update as to whether they are still experiencing the vibration and if anyone found out why. Thanks.

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  • Donna December 02, 2008
    Donna
    December 02, 2008

    I thought I was the only one. I've been experiencing a vibration in my right breast for several weeks on and off. Although it isn't painful, I find it so annoying that I rub and push on my breast until it hurts. Eventually the vibration stops for a couple of days and then returns. I've never had breast cancer or implants. I sometimes put my cell in my bra but not enough to cause this problem. I'm wondering if its connected to too much coffee/caffeine or maybe too much splenda. Also, I recently started working out with weights so I wonder if that could have triggered the sensation. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Candida October 23, 2008
    Candida
    October 23, 2008

    I'm so glad to find this website and to know there are others dealing with this.  I thought I was going crazy at first.  My right breast has been vibrating for about 2 weeks.  Not painful, only 2-3 seconds, it happens throughout the day and night sporadically.  I never carry a cell phone in my bra and I have never had any breast surgeries. 

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  • Carol October 09, 2008
    Carol
    October 09, 2008

    This started for me about a week or so ago.  Right breast, closer to the armpit than the breastbone.  Feels deep inside, not near the skin. A subtle vibration. Nothing else. No pain. No tingling. No itching. It is near where I had two biopsies.  I do sometimes carry my cellphone in my bra but not regularly, only occasionally. But absolutely the first times I felt it I reached for my cellphone, even though it was in my pocket.  We've got to get an answer.  EVERYONE SHOULD PRINT OUT THE WHOLE THREAD AND TAKE IT TO THEIR DOCTORS. 

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  • Teagur November 09, 2009
    Teagur
    November 09, 2009

    Allow me to put a kink in these comments.  I did a search for women experiencing "vibrating" vaginal areas and I read just about all your comments.  I believe it is directly related to what ya'll are experiencing.  I too have cancer, ovarian cancer.  I've had many surgeries down in that area so there is some correlation between ya'lls vibrating breasts and my vibrating vagina!  Crazy huh?!?!?  I'm pretty sure now that it is a nerve thing and nothing to worry about.  It's just uncomfortable.  Sometimes it's worse than other times.  But I've got so many other health problems, my vibrating who-who is not for me to be concerned.

     

    Thank you to all of the ladies ... and gentlemen ... for being honest about it all.  Good luck and God Bless to all!!

     

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    • al2sn
      April 29, 2010
      al2sn
      April 29, 2010

      I was just about to give up finding someone with my problem til I read your comment!  I too am experiencing 'vibrating' in the vaginal area for the past few days now.  Haven't been checked/diagnosed with any cancer, but I will now.  Did you notice this symptom before or after surgery?  Any further info you can give will be greatly appreciated! thank you.

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  • Danna October 23, 2009
    Danna
    October 23, 2009

    Sorry, I can't help you. I came here looking for answers too. I am not as worried now that I see how many other women are experiencing the same thing. I kept reaching for my cell phone that is usually in the pocket of my scrubs, then I changed bras, to no avail. Would love to know what it is.

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  • Alien August 21, 2009
    Alien
    August 21, 2009

    WOW!!! If it had not been for this site, I probably would not mention this to anyone and just kept it to myself forever. Now I feel safe asking friends and co-workers. If anyone thinks I belong in a sci-fi flick, I will refer them to this site. I am a 51, single and  do not need this extra worry right now in my stressful life. I, like all of you, google "vibration in breast" and was shocked to find this. I thought this was due to my weight because in the last few years I have been putting on the pounds. I do not exercise and I eat sporadically. I am under a doctors care and feel comfortable mentioning this to her now. (I will bring this site just in case.) I will be happy when we get that AHAA! moment. 

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  • Debby August 16, 2009
    Debby
    August 16, 2009

    No answer just adding my story to the group of buzzing breasts!  Perhaps there is a new fiber in our clothing that is wired to alien forces, allowing tracking of our activities.  Hey - it could happen couldn't it?  If we can be photographed from miles above the earth why can't we be "booby trapped"!

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    • PJ Hamel
      August 17, 2009
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      August 17, 2009

      Booby trapped - LOVE it! This vibrating breast thing must be one of the Great Mysteries of Life... Smile PJH

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  • Tracy July 30, 2009
    Tracy
    July 30, 2009

    I am so glad I found this site.  I am 36 with a 3 year old son.  Just had a work up of blood and an ekg and everything came back normal.  Of course I forgot to tell my Dr. about this, but I have had the exact same problems.  In my right breast, started infrequently, but has become more and more frequent.  I almost had an anxiety attack last night because of it.  Took a little Xanax and went to sleep- thank goodness!  Anyway, after reading these replies- I can say that I had just started working out pretty intensely and I also am on Protonix for acid reflux.  I am wondering if the working out thing has anything to do with this?  I hope someone comes back with a definite answer soon.  I didn't know if I should go back to my doctor or not about this because it just seems so odd and crazy!!  Thanks to everyone who has posted!

     

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  • jw35 July 01, 2009
    jw35
    July 01, 2009

    I am so amazed . This buzzing/vibrating feeling in my right breast has been bothering me for months and just plucked up the courage to google it as afraid to ask my doctor for it sounded so strange. I can't believe that so many people have this, but would really like to know why (just like everyone else).

     

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    • What is It ?
      July 01, 2009
      What is It ?
      July 01, 2009

      I am a 53 year old male and am very surprised as well as to the amount of these similar symptoms. Left sided near the breast or to the underarm - you naturally freakout - lymph problem ? Cancer ? Heart issue...?? etc etc.....but after 2 months....what the HEC is it????? I like others think my doctor will think I am a loon - then order every imaging test under the sun.....but If it does keep up I fear there really is no choice...the fact that the majority of people here are women...it seems the male occurence is allot rarer......I know everyone is unique but I am looking for some common reason......

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    • Scout
      July 02, 2009
      Scout
      July 02, 2009

      I am a 55 year old woman, no kids, no breast health issues, who has just (as in about two days ago) started having this buzzing sensation in my left breast, just under the nipple. It only lasts for a second or two. I am relieved and amazed to find so many of you out there with exactly the same phenomenum. I'll keep checking back. Obviously, no answers really!

       

      Smile

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    • Frank
      May 01, 2011
      Frank
      May 01, 2011

      Me toooo. I am a male, 85 yrs old, and have the light, frequent, vibrations in the left brest-above the nipple, with no pain. I have noticed that some have acid reflex, as I do.

      Eugene, OR.

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    • Frank
      May 01, 2011
      Frank
      May 01, 2011

      Me toooo. I am a male, 85 yrs old, and have the light, frequent, vibrations in the left brest-above the nipple, with no pain. I have noticed that some have acid reflex, as I do.

      Eugene, OR.

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    • Frank
      May 01, 2011
      Frank
      May 01, 2011

      Me toooo. I am a male, 85 yrs old, and have the light, frequent, vibrations in the left brest-above the nipple, with no pain. I have noticed that some have acid reflex, as I do.

      Eugene, OR.

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    • Phyllis Johnson
      May 01, 2011
      Phyllis Johnson
      Health Guide
      May 01, 2011

      Frank, as you have read from other people who have written in, this sensation is not uncommon.  As far as we know, it is usually not a sign of anything dangerous.  Since yours is on your left side near your heart, checking in with your doctor might be a good idea.

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  • Kathie May 27, 2009
    Kathie
    May 27, 2009

     

    I'm going to check out this site.. and also am seeing my doctor today.. so I'll let you know what comes up.  Anyway, I have high blood pressure and was one of those who waited too long to get help and for me anyway.. it might be a part of it.  At least reading these, I don't feel alone.  I couldn't sleep for a while because it was worse tonight after a stressful day yesterday.

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2007-06-12-cellphones_N.htm

     

    Kathie

    Vancouver. B.C.

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    • Tammy
      June 26, 2009
      Tammy
      June 26, 2009

      Hi Kathie,

       

      I found the article at http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2007-06-12-cellphones_N.htm somewhat offensive. The author mentions people's brains more or less reacting to a 'learned' sensation .... pooshaw! Just another one of those "it's all in your head sweetheart" people who would love to pat you on your head and move you along.  Perhaps if their breast ... or some other body part were to start vibrating, they would not be so quick to assume such things.  

       

      I have a cell phone but it stays in my purse, and I do not, nor have I, used the vibrate function.  I also use an earpiece when I talk on the phone, but it is one of those with a wire that plugs into the phone.

       

      I have another questions for everyone ... are any of you hypersensitive in other ways? For example, sensitive to perfumes, exhaust, or smoke?

       

      What were your thoughts?

       

      Have a nice day.

       

      Still vibrating ....

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  • M&M
    M&M
    May 01, 2009
    M&M
    M&M
    May 01, 2009

    I just read the info on the link that abc1228 was ever so kind to forward onto us.  I must say, I have never carried my cell phone in my shirt pocket, it is usually in my purse & NOT on vibrate, so I don't think that is the answer.

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  • stefffff February 28, 2009
    stefffff
    February 28, 2009

    Hi.. I posted on Jan 15th and  I just wanted to give an update.. The buzzing continued for about another week or so and then it went away. very strange. wondering if this has happened to anyone else or if it will happen again... anyways, just thought id share. Take care all.

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  • Robin February 16, 2009
    Robin
    February 16, 2009

    Count me as another one amazed that so many people are experiencing this.  I am 44 years old, recently had a good mamogram, I take plenty of vitamins including B12, D, Calcium... I have no history of any problems, I've had one child (24 years ago!), I'm 36C.  I can't see any connection between everyone.  I'm going with the spasm thing.  I hope someone gets an answer and posts it.

    Robin

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  • Lisa February 09, 2009
    Lisa
    February 09, 2009

    Me too!  I am 44 and whilst shopping my left breast started buzzing at regular intervals.  I thought some sort of bug was in my clothing but on closer examination nothing was there and I realised it was from inside. I have not had any operations in that area.  Will keep looking for the answer.

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  • stefffff January 15, 2009
    stefffff
    January 15, 2009

    so... did we ever find the answer to this?? im 26... its been going on for a week, ive been trying to ignore it but its not really going away....  cant belive how many others have had it!...

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  • Kathy December 10, 2008
    Kathy
    December 10, 2008

    I am so happy that I'm not alone with this one and amazed there are so many of us.  The strange buzzing began about a month ago in my left breast, in the nipple area, and lasted for a few days and then was gone.  It returned two days ago and occurs any time of the day or night.  I've never carried a cell phone in my bra and have had no breast cancer, implants, cysts or surgeries.  I'm away from home right now and think I'll go see my doctor when I return.  I'm a month past due for my mammogram.

     

     

     

     

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  • dmd08 November 25, 2008
    dmd08
    November 25, 2008

    Add me to the list. I am 40 and this just started yesterday...a random vibrating feeling near my right nipple. Today it is happening so frequently and it is driving me crazy. My only medical input is that I had a hyterectomy a few years ago and have been on Vivelle (Estrogen patch) ever since. I will go see my doc if this continues. Hope everyone keeps posting updates here...I would love to know if there is any medical daignosis for this.

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  • Ms. Moneypenny November 16, 2008
    Ms. Moneypenny
    November 16, 2008

    I had the same vibration in my left breast. It felt like my cell phone was vibrating in my pocket, but very faint and unpredictable.  I read on another site that it was caused by heart burn/acid reflux.  I took Zantac Maximum strength and it went away.

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  • jaime November 25, 2009
    jaime
    November 25, 2009

    I'm 16 years old and I started feeling buzzing in my right breast 2 weeks ago, deep inside as if there were a cell phone behind my nipple. My mom dismissed my concerns because "I'm too young for breast cancer" and it doesn't run in the family but I'm legitimately worried and I'm wondering if I should go to the doctor. Can someone tell me what happened to them after they did? And am I the youngest one to experience this?

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    • PJ Hamel
      November 26, 2009
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      November 26, 2009

      Jaime, your mom is almost right. While you're never too young for breast cancer (an 11-year-old has been diagnosed), your chances of having breast cancer at your age are TINY. Please read or message about this - I think it'll make you feel better. Vibrating/buzzing isn't a breast cancer symptom, either. Most likely it's hormonal or nerve-based, having to do with your developing breasts. So, while it's annoying – and you should certainly speak to your doctor about it next time you see him/her (or make an appointment, if you're totally stressed) – I think/hope this will soon go away on its own. Good luck - PJH

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    • Mom
      Mom
      February 07, 2010
      Mom
      Mom
      February 07, 2010

      Please read my post from "Mom", dated Feb. 07, 2010.  You probably aren't the youngest to experience this, just the youngest to notice it.  Become more alkaline and see if that helps.  Young people didn't used to get diabetes either, but the eating habits have greatly changed within the last generation.  I'm not saying that you have cancer, but you might not have a great diet.  Our bodies are fabulous machines God has created for us.  They are made to heal.  But like a car, if you put in the wrong fuel, it messes with the engine.  If you change back to the correct fuel in time, the engine will be fine.  If you continue with the wrong fuel, there will be a time when things will not repair.  The same goes for our bodies.  Good luck, hope this helps.  Keep searching and praying!

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  • BOK
    BOK
    November 22, 2009
    BOK
    BOK
    November 22, 2009

    For the love of god is this the first sign of breast cancer?  I have been having this vibration for about 4 days and it is directly behind my left nipple...talk about annoying...I sometimes get the sensation running up from underneath the left breast up to the nipple.  I hope this is nothing serious!

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    • PJ Hamel
      November 22, 2009
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      November 22, 2009

      No, this is not a validated breast cancer symptom. Most doctors think it's a nerve problem of some kind. If you develop other symptoms - e.g., a lump – then see your doctor. But hopefully this will just disappear without any further issues. Good luck - PJH

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  • Lucy November 19, 2009
    Lucy
    November 19, 2009

    I have had experience with the same buzzing.

    Since reading about the many others with the same concerns, I decided to try improving my posture to take the pressure off that area. That seems to work.

    Even though I'm a size 8, I have large breast. I now wear a better support bra to take pressure off that area too. I'm also accustomed to having 2-3 cups of coffee each morning. It is tough but I'm staying away from the caffeine because I do have GIRD(Gastro Intestinal Reflux Disorder). I take nexium from time to time. I am also trying to elimanate the foods that trigger the acid reflux. I also stop using the Splenda.

    I have not had the buzzing sound in the last few days. I hope one or more of these changes in my routine has solved the problem. I hope this help you.

     

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  • HoneyBane September 16, 2009
    HoneyBane
    September 16, 2009

    http://www.healthcentral.com/breast-cancer/c/question/15141/answer/26100     I have the same thing vibration on the left breast at first i thought i had my phone in my bra and went to grab it but there was nothing there.it just started today and is happening constantly and last for about 7 seconds at a time.I dont think im going to sleep well like this.I am 30 years old and i had breast implants put in 2 years ago (cosmetic only) and as far as i know i dont have a cyst or cancer or anything like that and am in high hopes its just some sort of benign spasm.I have 4 kids work about 32hrs a week & work out 12 hrs a week and i do get anxiety problems alot i know i am over worked and over stressed ... i really hope it is just the spasm thing.

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  • Elliemoo August 25, 2009
    Elliemoo
    August 25, 2009

    Hi there, I am the proud owner of one more vibrating left breast, just started this morning and is already driving me insane.  Mine is intermittent, say every few mins for a few seconds and seems to be located more in the middle and lower part between nipple and heart.  My only history is slight anxiety for which I have just started taking citalopram (but dont think this is a side effect) 

     

    I have called NHS Direct UK and they know nothing about it so despite there being over 100 posts on this site it can't really be that common.

     

    Maybe those of us too embarressed to go to our GPs with vibrating booby syndrome should pluck up the courage and get some answers.

     

    Good Luck!!!

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    • msjeep0
      September 12, 2009
      msjeep0
      September 12, 2009

      Hi, I really got a kick out of your explanation as vibrating booby syndrome. I too have this and am really stumped????  Have never had any problems with mammogram results and do them yearly. I am 58 yrs old and this just started about 2 months ago. I'm not really too concerned as have had no other problems.

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  • Ana
    Ana
    August 03, 2009
    Ana
    Ana
    August 03, 2009

    I too thought i was going crazy! I'm 26, 17 weeks pregnant, and i started feeling the vibrating this morning... i went to see my ob, and he had no idea what i could be so i started looking online. At least i'm not alone... i've been watching tooo much tv and the show Monsters Inside Me has got me spooked! If anyone has found out what it is please let me know.... i'm still concerned because it happens in my left breast only, every 30 seconds or so.. but not in the same spot on my breast, each time its in a different spot... its driving me crazy! my Ob asked me if i had felt any lumps in my breast.. which i havent.. but Cancer runs in my family alot.. i just lost my brother at age 33 to cancer on new years.... and the fear that it could be related is making me panic.

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  • lorraine July 02, 2009
    lorraine
    July 02, 2009

    so glad i found this site - the vibrating sensation started this week in my left breast, at first i thought i was going mad and i'd imagined it but its happened a few times now. although i've not found the answer i know i'm not on my own - any answers i would be interested? Lorraine

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  • M&M
    M&M
    May 01, 2009
    M&M
    M&M
    May 01, 2009

    WOW!  After asking just about everybody I know, including my doc, I thought I was the only one with this - not so!  I first discovered this about a year & a half ago.  I had it for about 2 months, it went away & 14 months later, have it back again.  I have never had any surgery's or biopsy's, don't smoke, am right handed.  Oh, forgot to tell you, it is in the left breast.  I see from reading all the comments, some people have experienced this over a year ago (like myself) & still do not have a diagnosis.  This is really strange.  Please anyone, if you ever find out what it is, pass it on to all of us.  My doc said, could be blood flow, she told me she didn't feel it was anything to be alarmed about.

    M&M

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    • Melanie B.
      May 05, 2009
      Melanie B.
      May 05, 2009

      I have an answer - posture!!!  I know it can't be that simple.  Here is my story.  My tingling started in July of 2008 (don't know why).  I could not sleep through it.   I was terrified. Thought I was having heart and anxiety problems.  I have spent thousands on tests.  I've seen a cardiologist, endocrinologist, neurologist and regular my doctor.  No one knew what the problem was. I starting seeing a chiropractor.  He suggested my rib was out and gave me excercises to strenghthen my back muscles.  Started to help.  Decided after a thoracic MRI I would try a physical therapist.  I now where a cloth brace to keep my shoulders back and am doing excercises to open my chest and strengthen my back.  It really has helped.  I KNOW we are now on the right track.  When I take the brace off the tingling will happen but much less everyday.  No one has named this but I truly think this is my answer.  Good Luck!! 

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  • jayne April 27, 2009
    jayne
    April 27, 2009

    I also have this vibration under my breast and sometimes on the out side of my vagina oddly enough.  It always goes away. but returns weeks later. I was wondering if any of you smoke it could be related.  I'm going to the Dr. I'll get back to you.  I think its a pinch nerve possibly.  Maybe from underwire bras.

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  • Zohanna April 21, 2009
    Zohanna
    April 21, 2009

    AMAZING to see how many of us are experiencing this...why doesn't Oprah do a show on it?  Experienced my first today, while standing at the check-out counter at a department store.  I moved away from the register, thinking that the lazer price whatchamacallit was zapping me!  It's been continuing off and on, and I knew it was something strange, even though must say was relieved it wasn't accompanied by pain, swelling, or lumps.  I have had children, and two breast operations w/implants (before and after kids), have had a biopsy for calcifications on my right breast, which is where my buzzing is. 

     

    What I must also admit is that my stress level is off the charts, and as a result I have not been taking care of myself at all.  This means that I do not exercize, I drink to relax, sometimes excessively, and I have lost at least two dress sizes.  I realize now more than ever that I have been taken my health for granted and have been flirting with disaster.  Okay, there goes my right boob again.  A buzz buzz.  I place my hand over it with love and send messages of calm acknowledgment.  And yes, I'll speak to my doctor, too.  But I doubt he'll have any idea, which seems to be the case.

     

    Must say that I am somewhat relieved to read all of these boob buzzing accounts, to know that I am not alone, or an alien receiving extraterrestrial transmissions from beyond! 

     

    Peace and love to all of you...

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  • cat
    cat
    April 07, 2009
    cat
    cat
    April 07, 2009

    melanie b....i think you are spot on!!!!!...there is such a plexus of nerves in the arm to torso/shoulder region that if you do not practice good posture and core strength something is going to give. i'm curious if the folks with left breast vibration are right handed and vica versa.....

    the only other ting i might suggest to some of you is...STOP putting your phone in our bra...cell phones emit bad stuff!

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  • Penelope March 26, 2009
    Penelope
    March 26, 2009

    I'm having the same thing--buzzing in the left breast, especially at night. It is disturbing, but I found a few possible answers. One, it could be a clogged or blocked milk duct (doesn't mean you'd need to be nursing; even when the baby is six feet tall those ducts are still there). It might be a blood vessel spasm or a muscle spasm (Yahoo answers & Wiki cover these possibilities). It sounds like upping your magnesium, reducing stress, and reducing caffeine can help. One report said that a bout of diarrhea can reduce your magnesium and bring this on. Some of us are in our 50s, and might have had, as I recently had, had a colonoscopy. Therefore, diarrhea and perhaps a magnesium dip.  I think seeing a doc is a great idea and I like the idea of sharing this long list of women who feel the buzz. 

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  • Gina January 31, 2009
    Gina
    January 31, 2009

    I am very glad to see I am not the only woman out there diving in to her bra to grab a cell phone that is not there. I have had this off and on for years and never thought much of it. Breast fed my kids, never  had cancer and I carry my phone in the left side of my bra. I have experienced more heart burn acid/reflux. Might just try cutting down on some of my recent home made bread and biscuts Tongue out. Good luck to all and hope nothing bad comes from the "vibrating boob syndome". Oh I didnt notice if anyone had mentioned bra size. I wear a 38 DD.

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  • Sue
    Sue
    January 15, 2009
    Sue
    Sue
    January 15, 2009

    Wow!! This has been happening to me for over a week and I've been growing rather concerned about it.  Finally thought I'd Google it on the next step before making a doctor appointment and really thought I wouldn't find much information. I'm relieved to know that it's somewhat common and probably benign.  I won't rush to make a doctor appointment but will definitely follow up on it in the near future, especially if it continues.  I've never had any breast problems before and just do the annual mammogram at this time.

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  • Janet December 20, 2008
    Janet
    December 20, 2008

    I have the exact same symptoms. A gentle intermittnet buzzing/ vibrarting in my left breast--like a blue bottle is trapped in there.  It started a few days ago and is really worrying me.

      I'm age 58, don't drink alcohol, am not taking any drugs, have never had any chest pains or shortness of breath and don't carry my cellphone in my pocket. Apart from the buzing I'm well.

     

    I swim a lot and thought it might be a muscular thing.  Also I recently took echinacea for a few days when I seemed to be starting with a cold.  As  this has previously given me palpitations I thought the buzzing could be a side effect so stopped taking it as soon as I noticed the buzzing.

    The buzzing isn't   related to my breathing--it buzzes  whether I breathe in or out or hold my breath. I have a slight acid reflux probelm but the buzzing doesn't seem to be connected to my digestive system and if it were caused by acide reflux why would it be just in one side of my chest?

    Should I be worried or is it okay to wait and hope it will go away?

     

    Janet

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  • Lee
    Lee
    October 17, 2010
    Lee
    Lee
    October 17, 2010

    Hi everyone,

     

    Yes! Add another to this long growing list. Right breast buzzing for a month now. So what is it? Unfortunately no clear answer! 

     

    >> no history of breast cancer and have had breast checked by oncologist (an important first step) - it's not a common symptom but needs to be verified

    >> I've also checked for diabetes and thyroid another potential cause

    >> not on any drugs and don't keep my phone in my bra or shirt pocket

    >>I've checked my hormones but that's clear because one possibility for women are that they're peri-menopausal (hormonal changes) - I'm 39

     

    There seem to be a few possible causes to this - some more serious than others - which is why it's important to check everything out. So I'm busy checking on the last two things on my list still... 

     

    * Something else to check is Multiple Sclerosis (especially if you're having tingling or numbness in other areas as well like feet and hands) - an MRI might help in a diagnosis here.

    * something you can test quite quickly is a calcium deficiency - try a good calcium supplement for a few weeks and see if it makes a difference

     

    I think the important thing is not to panic but make sure you get checked out. Also start examining things that are easiest to check out with supplements (e.g. calcium) and blood tests (diabetes, thyroid, menopause) before seeing the specialists, but don't leave out this step. Hopefully it'll soon pass or you'll put your mind at rest. 

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    • PJ Hamel
      October 17, 2010
      PJ Hamel
      Health Guide
      October 17, 2010

      Thanks so much for your sensible and informative post here, Lee - much appreciated! PJH

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  • Mandolia March 07, 2010
    Mandolia
    March 07, 2010

    I too have a buzzing sensation in my left breast.  I do believe it is linked to the tens unit I began using about a week ago.  This is when it initiated, therefore I would say it is nerve or muscle related. 

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    • robin
      March 13, 2010
      robin
      March 13, 2010

      I have had the same sensation in my right breast for a few days and it is so bizarre.  Is anyone else on the drug celexa?  I am wondering if it could be a side effect?

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  • Chazb February 21, 2010
    Chazb
    February 21, 2010

    Hi all.  Wow cant believe how many people are experiencing same thing, I have had same sensation in my left breast for past few days. I woke one day with a really sore left side of neck thought I must have pinched a nerve or something, this eventually went away after few days then I had a small abcess on my upper left gum about 4 wks ago, then for past wk or so am experiencing weird feelings in my head like pressure in ears, sinus areas etc & when I turn my head or move my eyes have strange sounds happen like a type of buzzing, whoosh.  Has been really scaring me & making me anxious. Feel like Im losing it big time.  Also suffer from Fibromyalgia, Psoriasis & Costochondritis, dont know if any of these things are related.

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    • swansongzoso
      February 22, 2010
      swansongzoso
      February 22, 2010

      Well it is definatley reassuring that there are soo many other posters.  This sensation just came out of the blue about a week ago and I never thought googling, "right breast vibrating" would yield this many results. LOL...

       

      I am a 30 year old RN and have never heard of this nor have ever experienced it and questioning it gets you a crazy look and maybe a laugh.  So...it doesnt suprise me that many of you are hesitant to see the MD over it.  Plus its not providing good closure given the fact that there doesnt seem to be many answers to why it starts.

       

      For me, as for many of you, it just feels like if I had a cell phone in my right breast pocket, (which i never do) and it was set to vibrate.  That is the best way to describe it.  It is just so subtle.  But comes on randomly irregardless of what I may be doing at the time.  Lasts approx 7-10 intermittent seconds and then gone.  I may not experience it again for 30min to several hours.

       

      Its definately not debilitating, just irritating and mostly because of the unknown factor.  Breast cancer does run in my family along with ovarian cancer so I have some worried family members and pressure to go to the OB-Gyn.  Doesnt sound like it would really yield much benefit reading all of these posts.

       

      Would like to see more "after the MD visit" follow up posts though!!

       

      Where are all the MD's at???  LOL

       

      Wishing you all well.

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  • Halifax February 16, 2010
    Halifax
    February 16, 2010

    Me too, started about a month ago, very random, left breast only behind the nipple mostly, sometimes a bit lower.  34, breastfed kids like 6yrs ago.  Never carried a cell in my shirt or bra.  Poor posture but not finding that it improves when corrected.  Use a laptop at work everyday??? Hmmmm.  Stress increased recently, never had cancer of any kind no biopsies, mammograms have only had regular breast exams.  It feels like blood being released through my veins (this is what I imagine it feels like).  Please post any medical findings and good luck to everyone, it's a bit scary.

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  • nicole December 25, 2009
    nicole
    December 25, 2009

    I've been experiencing this all day (Merry Christmas from my buzzing left breast) and thought I would add my stats to the collective wisdom here.  I'm 32, white, no prior breast surgeries or illness.  I did nurse my 2.5 year old son and weaned him almost a year ago.  I don't carry my cell phone in my bra ever.  Not overweight, not terribly active, no chronic medical conditions.  I am also currently trying to conceive another child, so I pay particular attention to breast symptoms.  I was thinking this might be an early pregnancy sign, but I've found nothing to back that up. 

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