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Weird body sensations

kastastagadir

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Hi!
I have weird question. Has anyone experienced something like this - after thinking about a part of a body, you can feel it separately? Especially, for example, after reading about some illness or reading about medical stuff. I ask this question because I have weird sensation in left leg, below calf muscle - no pain, numbness or tingling, just lingering sensation that I can feel and it comes and goes. It stays like for a month, then goes away and after some weeks comes back. It appeared after I read an article about DVT a while ago and now I have really bad anxiety.
 

Bobnnat

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Yes, happens to me. The mind is an incredible (awful?) organ that creates all kinds of messages, some we need to just ignore. A therapist told me "The body is a busy place" and "The body is a noisy place". I've found that's so true. Sounds like nothing at all. 0.0% concern.
 
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