I have definitely experienced this and so have some of my friends, we have discussed it often, strange feeling that makes you actually feel for your
phone in your pants pocket even though you know that it is not there!?
And NO, can't remember it ever happening before I had my first cell phone!
I've had this as well, my left thigh vibrating enough for me to reach in and take my phone out and see if it WAS ringing. The phone in question was a
Motorola V525, followed by the V635, now I have an LG viewty, and occasionally I get the vibraleg but not as often as the Motorola's.But as far as I
know I have never had the vibraleg whilst NOT carrying a phone.
I get it quite a lot , its really frustrating if you are expecting a call!
Still get even though I now have a mobby pocket just above the knee in my trousers.
A few of my friends get it as well but it does always seem to be in the thigh area I have never spoke to anyone about that had the sensation in
another part of their body.
first of all, i never let my person carry my phone. It is on my body. my person and I dont get along
but yeah, i had the motorola v525 also and i used to get the vibrating alot. Even when i had no phone on my body. Now I have LG, it still happens a
little, but I can ignore it since I took off the vibrate feature.
I thought I was the only one. Its good to have friends
I especially get it after having had the phone on my person for some time. I have friends that this happened to often too!! Funny thing is, its like a
definite mobile sized area that vibrates, even when your phone is not there.
I never gave it more thought than it being psychological until I saw this thread and all the replies, would be interesting to hear from more people on
the subject. Being an ATSer, I immediatly jump to conclusions of radiation residue or damage or even DNA reprogramming haha
but it would be interesting to get to the bottom of this phantom vibration we experience.
LMAO I almost started a thread like this a couple of months back...but I figured I was crazy. I've noticed the vibration for years, but it doesn't
happen as often now. There's gotta be a connection here, muscle memory, EMI problems...SOMETHING!
Hi I experienced this for several months and did the same as you, searching online quickly showed me how increasingly common this was becoming.. the
conclusion that I finally came to was to cut out coffee, cut down booze, drink more water and get some exercise. I tried this and within a couple of
weeks the buzzing pretty much stopped...
Do you drink a lot of coffee by any chance or take any other stimulants (fizzy drinks?) - this might have something to do with it... of course it
could have been in my mind and by changing my mental attitude in trying to get a little healthier that my mind repaid me by taking away the
Hi I pretty much thought that too but I was getting it if I had my mobile on me or not.. I also got the same sensation in the heel of my foot after it
faded from my thigh. It hasn't happened in a while and I carry my phone the same now as then...so I'm not 100% sure that the phone is the total
Strange thing, but I will concur with the rest of the users. vibrating in my pocket even when no cell phone there. The brain must learn this
sensation and occasionally get a false positive. It feels real as if it were happening. It sort of reminds me of twitching muscles. There is
something to phantom nerves stimulated but as far as I know, no way to reproduce this on demand.
Another wow for me too! Always kept a cell phone in my left pocket for years and would get the buzzing thing. Always thought someone was calling. The
problem did go away when I stopped cell service about 6 months ago. Trying to live a simpler life.... Thought it had to do with the radiation the
phone was giving off myself.
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