Buzzing, bug crawling sensations-Anxiety?

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Jenny R.
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   Posted 12/12/2006 11:47 AM (GMT -6)   
I have been having these above feelings for 6 years now.  Prozac at 20 mg gave me energy when I started taking it 4 years ago, but never took the buzzing and weird feelings away.  I started taking it again, 20 mg, for a month and the doc said to up the dose to 40 mg.  All I want to do is sleep.  I could sleep probably 20 out of 24 hours a day.  I worry that I have Ms, even though I had a normal brain and c-spine MRI, now I think it could be Lyme disease.  What I am asking is if anyone has ever had these weird feelings, I have them on my back, face, scalp, and legs.  They are terrible.  The only time I get any relief is to get in a hot tub, or go to sleep.  But then soon as my eyes open in the morning they start.  Is this normal with anxiety?  Could someone please help me out?  Thanks!!!

Howlyncat
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   Posted 12/12/2006 12:40 PM (GMT -6)   
I have not had it but everyone is different
I am sure others wil post and let you know what they think
Are you on any opiates for pain that might cause itching ,bug crawling feelings ??
I hope you find the answer soon
Have you talked to doc about this at all
Please keep us posted
Lyn
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crying
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   Posted 12/12/2006 10:24 PM (GMT -6)   
I myself have never had these feelings, but my sister also a A/P suffer has many times asked to check her head or back cause she says it feel like stuff crawling on her BUt There never is. She has also talked about a buzzing in her head but I never had that either so I can only guess it might be the samething you are talking about.
I know it must drive you nuts cause she cant stand it! She will sometimes take and ice pack and rub it on her neck and head but other than that I think she has somehow just learned to live with it. I dont know how cause it would drive me nuts. I get really weird feelings in my arms and chest, then think it's my heart. Maybe you could get one of those massage pads that you sit in a chair and sit on, then you can just feel the shaking of the massage pad instaed of the crawling or buzzing feeling.
good luck,
Crying

Jenny R.
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   Posted 12/13/2006 4:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Crying, thank you for the response.  These feelings are awful.  I do get it in my head also sometimes.  Thanks again!!!

crying
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   Posted 12/13/2006 8:56 PM (GMT -6)   
It seems to help some to know your not alone in your symptoms.
When my sis and I finally let eachother know we both had crazy symptoms and some were the same, We both felt better!
If you find anything that helps with the crawling feeling I love to know so I can let my sis know.
BEST WISHES,
Crying
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