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Having GERD. Popping sound while turning head, humming sound when quiet. Had tonsils removed. Reason, treatment?

30 Year old Female with GERD . For the past few months I have been feeling something moving sideways in my throat . Right in the center. I can also hear a popping sound when it does it. It happens when I turn my head to look at something. I can feel it move when I put my finger on the right side of my throat and push slightly towards the left. It also makes a popping sound then too. I am also having a humming sound that I can hear. Mostly when quiet, but sometimes can hear it while watching TV. I do not know if the two are related. I have had my tonsils removed before also.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Throat has cartilage framework our voice box has a set of cartilages..normally wen I move tat voice box is moved from right to left or left to right it makes crackling sound which is a sign of healthy larynx or voice box...
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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