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Have clicking noise in throat. On medication for Hashimoto Thyroiditis. Cause and Cure?

to whom it may concern; my thyroid dr told me I have ( hashimoto thyroiditis ) he is raising my thyroid medicine he thinks that well lower the swalling ; I also have a cliking noise down inside my throat : I try to tell him I have a goiter / autoimmune problem ; he doesn t know what is causing the clicking noise in my throat! iam a crime victim; this guy electronic makes nises on my throat ;I think that is what is causing me to have a clicking noise & a hashmotot disease; rsvp me ; call nancy( 1,858.505.0685) my home computer is down iam @ the library: thanks what do yu think;
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding clicking sound on swallowing, and you are in suspicion that it is because of laryngeal injury ar you are a crime victim.

Here I would like to tell you that laryngeal injuries are usually associated with-

(a) Change in voice.

(b) Difficulty in breathing.

(c) Difficulty in swallowing ( some times).

Therefore I think your doctor is treating according to examination findings, therefore he is doing correct. But if still you are not satisfied than you may do M.R.I.neck that will disclose the facts.

Answered: Sun, 18 Aug 2013
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