sideways in my throat . Right in the center. I can also hear a popping soundwhen it does it. It happens whenIturnmyhead to look at something. I can feel it move whenI put my finger on the right side ...
for about 4-5 days. About a week after that I notice that whenI go down stairs or bend my knee it sounds really crunchy. I don t have any pain in my knee what so ever, sometimes I might feel a dull ache ...
Hi, I have this uncomfortable feeling in my throat . Ifeel it the most wheniturnmyhead ... chostochondritis, but besides that I have no other problems, as in I breath normally and my blood pressure ...
crunchy on my teeths. I want to leave this. This is almost 13 yrs old habbit . Is it harm ful to my health ...Hi doctor i m 42 yrs vegetarian lady.i had abad habbit. I always want to have something crunhy ...
to the cheek pain, I now have pressure where my ear and jaw come together and have a tight painful feeling down the side of my neck and in my ear whenIturnmyhead to the right side. If anyone can offer any ...
now but he feels as the improvement has stopped. He doesn t feel dizzy when his head is turned toss right side but he feels dizzy whenhead is turned right, upwards or downwards. The thing which makes us ...
WhenIturnmyhead to the right it makes a popping sound, what does that mean?
this might reflect some arthritis in your neck. have your doctor perform a good examination to verify this
hello, I'm 16 years of age. and my the back of my neck keeps making a weird crunchy, popping sound. it sounds more like a carbonated drink everytime I move it.
If this has been a recent symptom, you can wait for a few days and see if it becomes better. However if this problem has been there for a while, you may need X-rays to know if there is a problem.
WhenI walk I get a cracking sound and feeling in myhead. I get more dizzy everyday and nauseated. CT scan and blood work are fine. Im always Shaky w/Headaches
Thank you for your query.
1. The source of the cracking sound and feeling in the head may be one of the following:
a. Cervical Spine
b. Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD)
c. Sinusitis (was a brain or sinus CT done?)
d. Myoclonus (muscle spasms)
e. Temporomandibular Joint problems.
2. Dizziness is likely to accompany spine and ear problems.
3. See a Neurophysician for the headache.