A male asked:
I am hearing a fluid sound in the back of head and neck on occasion. like if water was going through a tight hose or something, what does this mean?
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Sound: If the fluid sound occurs without head movements you could be experiencing intermittent tinnitus which may emanate from the inner ear. If the sounds occur with head movements they may come from structures like neck ligaments or vertebrae moving. Occasionally sounds are of blood circulating through blood vessels. Have your physician examine your blood pressure as well as ears,neck,carotid artery
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Last updated Jan 10, 2018
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