In addition to the five basic senses, a person actually has other senses, such as:
A sense of balance, which is the ability to balance and sense body movements in terms of acceleration and direction changes.
Proprioception or sense of space, the ability to recognize the body relative to other parts of the body. This feeling helps you climb stairs instead of looking at the steps. People with poor proprioception may appear awkward.
Physical sense is the ability to recognize touching objects when eyes are closed.
Three-dimensional, when you close your eyes and let others write something on your skin (of course not literally, just write gently with your fingertips). And you understand what is written, or at least recognize the approximate text.
The muscle joint feels because you always know where your limbs are.
A sense of localization can help you determine where to touch.
Feeling pressure determines the difference between touch and pressure.