Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Am I The Only One?

You know how every once in a while you get a chill? Well, whenever I get one, it always feels like it's literally running down my body. And the last place I always feel it, and it is VERY distinct, is in my balls.

It's like the little tremble starts at my head and ends with my balls. What's more, is that I kinda like it. Is that weird? Am I the only one who experiences this?

-Ronny

5 comments:

  1. I get a sensation that sometimes feels like chills, or maybe waves of electricity that start in my scalp and work their way down my body, but never make it to my pelvis, yet alone my balls. I could see why you'd like it.

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  2. It happens to me occasionally...and I LOVE it!

    XO FFB

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  3. Um. That's a potential sign of having anal gonorrhea, after a few months untreated. This happened to me, years ago. I'm not even remotely joking. And you're describing what it felt like, pretty accurately. I really hope it's something else, in your case. But in my case, it was gonorrhea. And it went away the same day the doctor gave me shots of something, I cant recall what.

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  4. Yeah... ummm... that's not it. It happens when a breeze comes by, or the room gets quickly cold. Or I get excited. And it's happened my entire life that I can remember. My butt is fine. :)

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  5. If this chill/ 'electricity' - like feeling occurs when you flex your neck, it is known as Lhermitte's phenomenon. It is described in multiple sclerosis with cervical plaques, syphilis, B12 deficiency, etc.

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