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When I move my throat it clicks and fell like it s some kind od bone in it does it and is thay normal?

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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Normal

You are probably moving the cartilaginous voice box over the cricoid cartilage.
The latter cartilage is just below the voice box and its cartilages. This is a perfectly normal clicking sound. As long as there is no soreness or pathology in that area of the neck, there is no reason to move those structures. If you are really concerned see an ear, nose and throat physician.

In brief: Normal

You are probably moving the cartilaginous voice box over the cricoid cartilage.
The latter cartilage is just below the voice box and its cartilages. This is a perfectly normal clicking sound. As long as there is no soreness or pathology in that area of the neck, there is no reason to move those structures. If you are really concerned see an ear, nose and throat physician.
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Dr. Marc Rosenthal
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Yes

This is your larynx against your spine and is normal.

In brief: Yes

This is your larynx against your spine and is normal.
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