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What Is The Most Likely Reason For Clicking In My Throat When I Swallow
Ear clicks: The most likely reason for clicks when you swallow is the opening and closing of the eustachian tubes. They go from the back of your throat to your ears. When you swallow or yawn, you open the tubes and equalize the pressure to your ears. Sometimes ear or throat infections can make this worse. It would be good to check with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Every day occasional clicking in the mid-throat region when swallowing (no dysphagia) w/ mild throat tightness is due most likely to what?
There is a clicking in my throat when i swallow. Not the pressure in my ears but actually in my throat on the left side. What are all possibilities?
I have painful swollen lymph nodes in the back of my neck and a clicking in my throat when I swallow. Could they be related and what could cause this?
Tender lymphnodes: If you have enlarged and tender lymph nodes, it is likely an infection. Since you have not disclosed your age or any medical history we can't provide you with a useful response. I assume you are very young in which case I recooemnd you discuss this with your parents and you will likely need to see a doctor to treat a possible infection. In back of neck, its likely cysts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a clicking in throat when i swallow and the dr sent me for blood work and x-rays which were normal. I also have numbness/tingling in my face?
A click in throat when I swallow salaiva.when my adams apple moves up & down a click happens.Went to 3 ENT but says nothing wrong.what it is & remedie?
Nothing wrong : This may be what is called a "globus" sensation or could be related to your stated history of acid reflux. The globus sensation is generally associated with anxiety. And the more you worry about it, the more noticeable the sensation. This does not mean it's your fault or that it's all in your head. It speaks to the powerful relationship between mind and body. There are many ways to work with this. ...Read more
Could the clicking in my throat and my recent fevers/sore throat episodes be related? Barium swallow came out normal... I've got my doctors stumped.
Uncertain: I don't have any details in your case, but a normal barium swallow tells me that the anatomy of your lower throat, cervical and thoracic esophagus is normal. Clicking of the larynx across the cervical spine is a normal phenomenon. I often check for this on my head @ neck exams. I suggest you see an ENT if you haven't already to evaluate you. ...Read more