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  1. Voodoogar says:
    Sometimes these weird feelings pass quickly or are related to specific situations we are going through. Other times, that odd feeling just hangs around. When that happens, it’s smart to be proactive and talk to someone about how we’re feeling.
  2. Vudojin says:
    Other times, oral phantoms can be a feeling in the mouth. Aside from burning pain, this can mean roughness, dryness, numbness, a gummy coating on the tongue or teeth, or a sensation that something.
  3. Tasar says:
    Weird Feeling in Breast. Updated on October 03, M.M. asks from Detroit, MI on October 03, 4 answers. For about a week I've noticed a weird feeling in my right breast. It's not exactly pain -- more like a random tingling/pinching that comes and goes. It doesn't feel at all like the pain I typically get before my period.
  4. Tygotaxe says:
    Jun 04,  · I started zoloft and feel some weird things going on in my brain. I only take take half of 25 mg. I took it yesterday at around 12 and felt very drowsy, lightheaded, and this feeling like I am drifting away and spaced out. Also, my head feels like a ballon. Another feeling is that after I take a pill my hands and feet become heavy and I feel weak.
  5. Mugrel says:
    Mar 12,  · It doesn't feel like anything is structurally wrong with my foot, it just feels 'funny' like it's extra-sensitive at the skin. Walking on it feels like my sock is tickling me. I took off my shoe and sock a number of times to make sure I didn't have a spider in my shoe or something wrong with my sock.
  6. Bralrajas says:
    Apr 21,  · That weird feeling may be due to tendons and ligaments needing stretching. I have a condition that causes painful bumps to form on tendons in my foot and cause much, much pain. If I keep them stretched out good the pain stays away. One of the exercises I do brings on the feeling of wearing a boot tightly around the ankle and calf.
  7. Kakree says:
    Feb 21,  · You, or parts of you, feel wrong, different, foreign, odd, or strange. It could be your entire being or body, one part of or spot on the body (such as an arm, leg, foot, hand, finger, cheek, lip, tongue, or any other part or spot on the body), or any portion thereof. This feel wrong, odd, strange symptom can persistently affect one area only, can shift and affect another area or .
  8. Daigul says:
    While hot flashes and night sweats are familiar menopause symptoms, many women swear their gyrating hormones cause a host of other unusual problems. The menopause website tatipstersicorligebouvacumhowa.xyzinfo lists 34 reported conditions, including sore joints, dizziness, a "burning tongue," heart palpitations, and "buzzing sensations" in the head.

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