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Fizzing Sound In Head
The hissing sound (called "tinnitus" can be due to a number of inner ear problems...the most common of which is AGING which is always accompanied by high frequency hearing loss. an early manifestation of which is tinnitus....You should be evaluated by a Licensed AUDIOLOGIST to furrher clarify....don't postpone. You may be missing a lot of nice sounds
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Clicking sound: The spine has joints at every level. As you turn your head the joints slide in two dimensions. The clicking is probably related to some oddity in one of those joints. If you are not having any pain and the range of motion in your neck is normal (and you have no tingling/numbness in your arms/hands) then its nothing to worry about. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a sensation on my head which sounds as if there is a fluid inside my head. What can this be?
I only coughed once and my head was in pain for a half hour. What does this sound like and what can I do?
Does "exploding head syndrome" ever involve innocuous sounds that wake you up? Like alarms, rings, beeps, or creaks? I feel plagued.
Headaches: I'm a little but powerful way you describe your headaches I would suggest that you see a neurologist as quickly as possible. You should get a CT scan of the head first and maybe an MRI after the CT scan results are available. A full and complete examination especially neurological examination would be very important at this time ...Read more
Occasionally I get a weird fizzing noise and feeling where my head and neck meet. Sounds like a rainstick. No other symptoms with it. Causes?
Weird neck noise: Hard to say cause as there are many possibilities. If condition continues then it is a good idea to get a check up. ...Read more
I get this fizzing sound at the back of my head/neck which usually occurs when I'm laying completely still in bed with a headache. What could it be?
TMJ: This may be TMJ symptoms. The sound is from the disc in the joint popping back into place as your jaw opens. The pain is from the nerves in the tissue that are stretched and pinched when the disc is pushed out of place. ...Read more
Doubt any thing: There is a lining in your brain called the dura. This were most sensation comes from on the brain. I.E. The brain itself has no sensation. On some, probably migraine sufferers moreso, this lining can be sensitive and you may notice weird sensations like this when you turn your head. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluate: See your personal provider to further evaluate the cause. ...Read more
Arthritis: This usually represents some arthritis in the neck. The sound comes from the vertebrae not moving smoothly as you turn your head. Or flex neck. It may not be present all the time and there does not have to be any pain involved. If you start to have pain and cracking see your doctor. It is important to set your car headrest so the neck cannot snap way back. Protect your neck from jerking movements. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what you are describing as a pinging sound. Usual sounds in the head could be an indication of what is described as tinnitus. Tinnitus can be benign, but can also indicate blood flow across a high pressure vascular bed, such as seen in a fistula or abnormal blood vessels in the brain. It these symptoms continue, it may be wise to see a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tinnitus?: May be a middle ear infection or eardrum condition. A visit to your physican and some auditory testing may be in order. ...Read more
Crackle w/ head turn: You may have some degenerative disease in cervical spine or can be rapid stretching of ligaments, release of gases (CO2) from joint fluid in vertebrea w/ pressure changes within joint from the stretch. Rarely could be vascular issues in carotid or ear issues. But would check it out w/doc ...Read more
There Lamy when severe pain in the head. Knowing that we had all the necessary tests, giving a sound result?
Head trauma?: You had injury to your head, & all the tests were negative? Am I right? Please clarify. Thanks. ...Read more