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Sounds very much like anxiety. I have recently been diagnosed with anxiety and I find walking helps to alleviate the stomach "knots". I will generally take a 20 minute walk around our local reserve and focus only on my surrounds (eg trees, birds). This helps to centre your attention on one thing and calm the subconscious feelings you have. You can also try downloading the Buddhify Ap, which has heaps of different guided meditations. I was very sceptical at first, but have found they have really helped to ease the tension and leave me feeling calm and in control. For instances where I'm unable to get the feelings under control, I use prescription medication or the rescue remedy tongue drops. It's a horrible feeling not being able to pinpoint where the feelings are coming from but you are definitely not alone and it can be managed.
So this happened to me and it turned out I was 16 weeks pregnant. I had been waving it 9ff as anxiety, but it was bubs moving.
I have the same thing, it’s been about 9 months since mine started. Mine only came after a big trauma in my life. My doctor thinks it’s anxiety. It’s so annoying!
That's anxiety. I had the same thing which was not great to live with. Some good meds and exercise got rid of it.
I get this too, except not at night. All of a sudden I get this nervous feeling, butterflies, and (this is gross but true) I have the urge to use the toilet and I get diarrhoea. It has been happening for the past couple months and I don’t know why eeeeek
Sounds like panic attacks or anxiety attacks. I get them really bad. Dump the kids on mum, stick the headphones on loud with something you love pumping and go for a really long walk every day or two. Anything to get a break from your own mind.
Oh wow, that sounds just like what happens to me! Stomach feels like nervous butterflies or constant dropping feeling in tummy. It wakes me up too. I am looking forward to reading this! Best of luck!
tHIS MUST BE ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE FEELING...BUT HAVE ANY OF YOU TRIED SUPPLEMENTING WITH MAGNESIUM...dr dean SAYS THAT IT IS FOR ANYTHING THAT CONTROLS NERVES AND MUSCLE...i HAVE THEM TOO BUT IT IS GETTING BETTER...LOOK UP INTO MAGNESIUM...IT REALLY MUST BE A MIRACLE NUTRIENT!!!!!!!
I too have the same stomach fluttering feeling in the gut for the past six months. Doctors have not identified the reason even after tests. Particularly it keeps me awake when the sleep starts and in half sleep. Pls help me if someone know the medication.its really annoying and creates anxiety.
I have no idea why but so do I. I don’t have anxiety or anything else but I always have those annoying butterflies
I'd like to say to you it's probably nothing. You've probably come here to get some support and be told youre just overthinking nothing. But I sadly have written the same post or had the same feeling and something really was up.
We are in the end animals with intuition/senses. We often ignore this intuition. We dispell it as being paranoid or needing more sleep. Sometimes it is but sometimes it really isn't. Sometimes your subconscious picks up on something that you haven't necessarily cottoned onto yet.
We pick up subtle cues/hormone signatures/behavioural patterns subconsciously. Think of it how if your house has been broken into you feel weird as soon as you walk in even though you haven't seen all your drawers open. Or that friends new boyfriend makes the hair on your arm stand up but you don't know why and later you find out he's a psycho. Well it's like that.
So be vigilant. Investigate. It could be something. It could be nothing.
Your birth control might have been forgotten. A missed period. Missed appointment. Bad weather on the horizon. It could be your husband is up to no good. A sick relative. A friend stealing. It could be you forgot to pay a bill. It could be you've misplaced something. It could be something on the horizon.
Your subconscious might know something your head doesn't know yet.
Either way all reveals itself in time.
Or you could just be pregnant. I get super paranoid in early pregnancy haha. Like I'm on guard. Guess it's some sort of "protect baby/be careful" hormone that's inbuilt in you for before you know your pregnant.