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Continuous hissing sound on the back of the neck, no other associated symptoms. Is it serious?

Hi for as long as I can remember I have had this hissing in the back of my neck ..I can here it and feel it..theres no other symptoms associated with it.I m just kinda worried cause I know its not normal. It occurs about 2-3 times a month and other times not at there a name for it? Could it be something serious? Please help.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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If by hissing u mean a swoosh swoosh kinda sound...then get ur lipid profile might point to affecting ur vertebral artery probably...if u dont feel any symptom of giddiness, vertigo then get an X ray of ur cervical can be a pressing cervical vertebrate too due to spondylisthesis...
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