As a woman's health coach that specializes in midlife and menopause I've heard it all...or I thought I had until I started experiencing what feels like being shocked with a live wire. It's these little pops that feel like something is zapping my skin. I feel it most on my neck, shoulders, quads, and back. And yes it is a real menopause symptom.
Since you're hormones are messengers and they are running a little wonky in perimenopause, it can mess with the messages transited in nervous system and that is explains the pops of electricity. It doesn't hurt just super annoying.
But I'd love to hear from you . . . what's been your strangest peri/menopause symptom?