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April 12th, 2012
hiatal hernia
I found this video and believe that this hiatal hernia could be the culprit of many of my ailments including acid reflux, bronchitis, and chronic fatigue, and many other symtoms mentioned in these videos:
was able to pull on my own stomach, but I am a trained therapist. If you have the intuition to massage your own stomach I recommend it, it gave me a great release, and elimintaed my popping noises. in my throat.
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replied June 2nd, 2012
I sometimes have the popping noise in my throat but its not all the time.Weird thing, i first felt a metal taste in my mouth. I got that chocking feeling.. couple of days later i felt the lump in my throat with the popping sound..I to mention i was in a car accident a couple of days earlier before all this happened and suffered a whipflash..
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replied July 8th, 2012
a possible answer to the popping sound mystery?
hey i was just looking up this and found out i wasn't alone and didn't find an answer but i thought about forcing a burp from my stomach and when i did that twice i listened for the popping sound and it stopped. it has been doing this for 2 weeks now and i just got it to stop please try it and see if it works. if it does sweet Very Happy.

- im really high right now
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replied October 30th, 2012
popping bubble sound
I have popping bubble sound from my throat & recently coughing a lot. I thought it was from my excessive coughing, but since I was sick (mostly coughing) for 1 1/2 week, I went to see my Dr. They ordered an X-Ray, Blood lab and found that my right lung has water in it called "Pleural Effusion" that where the popping and bubble sound came from.

I then got a CT Scan done and confirmed the same thing. I will see a Pulmonary Specialist soon.
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replied January 15th, 2013
Do people here remember the popping candy that use to react in your mouth? My experience recently is like this in my throat, every time I swallow. .. any one relate to this or similar???
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replied April 7th, 2013
i get that sound as well with some lung congestion, wich a inhaler helps but then when it clears up i get the poppin sound.cant sleep from it sometimes it does seem like it drives you crazy. ive also had a extremely stopped up nose for years and constant nasal drip.
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replied May 6th, 2013
I have the same thing. Sitting upright there is no sound. But within 30 seconds of laying down the popping/crackling sounds start along with the wheezing at the end of an exhale. I see a lot of people complaining of the same sypmtom but has anyone found a cure?
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replied May 7th, 2013
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These symptoms described here are produced by aspirated refluxate.

Small droplets of liquid or mucous in the fine capillaries of the lungs can "pop" or produce wheezing etc. as they are moved by inhalation and expiration.

There is no effective medication for this - just the lifestyle advice for reducing reflux:
To reduce thereflux, you may have to make lifestyle changes:
- Lose weight if applicable
- Stop smoking if applicable
- Reduce alcohol consumption
- Avoid tight clothing
- Avoid bending or any exercise that will compress the stomach after eating
- Eat smaller portions - more frequently
- Leave at least three hours before your last meal and going to bed
- Raise the head of your bed 6 to 8 inches on blocks

If you are unable to manage your reflux by following these steps, your other option may be to consider surgery - a fundoplication or the new LINX procedure.

All the best
Chris
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