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Anyone have any other ideas? Flux-yes it is right along with my heartbeat and the flutters are either when my tummy is doing its gurgling and sometimes just little twitches but that could be from my wellbutrin also Thanks again. I was a little confused by your wording. What worries me is that this strong pulse with a bulge is a symptom of wellbutrin and bloating aortic aneurysm.
My father had an aneurysm when I was one, and it is genetic. Any ideas as to what would cause this pulsing and bulging, flux?? Very Prolific Member Members posts. Using an electrogastrograph, an external electrical monitoring device that is to the stomach what the electrocardiograph is to the heart, wellbutrin and bloating and his colleagues at Ohio State University in Columbus have been able to measure the "butterflies.
Like all muscles, the stomach muscle is stimulated by electricity. While the electrical signal in the stomach is minuscular compared with that in the heart, it can still be picked up by electrodes placed on the wellbutrin and bloating. Electrical signals from the stomach were first measured inbut the much stronger heart signal made external recording difficult. VandeCreek and his colleagues tested 20 people who claimed they were prone to stress-related stomach upsets, and 20 people who said they were not.
In the study, which has not yet been published, wellbutrin and bloating, electrodes were placed on the skin over the stomachs of fasting volunteers. The readings were initially identical, with amplitudes averaging 50 to 70 microvolts.
But when the butterly sufferers were asked to imagine themselves in a stressful situation, their wave forms intensified to as much as microvolts. Readings from people without the problem remained steady. The intestinal fluttering, however, does suggest some sort of partial obstruction that is being overcome. That is, a pseudoobstruction. They do have journalists with a science background who report on this stuff. No, butterflies is a nervous sensation.
It does not involve ANY muscle movement. What do EGGs measure?. Butterflies exist as that. But I found something on him on the web-Stradley Publications2. The electrogastrogram EGG response to feeding in small and large dogs abstr, wellbutrin and bloating. He is apparently a prof in Ohio STate.
VandeCreek and his colleagues tested 20 people who claimed they were prone to stress-related stomach. Unless he ithinks tthat butterflies are always produced under stress in these sufferers. I have written to Stradley of Stradler Publications asking him to help me contact Vandevreek. Maybe something useful will come out of it. It is strange that his results werrte published in a mag before it was published in wellbutrin and bloating journal. He must have got too carried away with it.
I founfd his email. I hope he does. How are sensations studied, wellbutrin and bloating, recorded? What happens in the body when sensations happen? No one knows I think, so it could well be by electrical activity. But the study was poor;y done. Sign In Need an account? Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.