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I hear a clicking sound near my ear but not inside when I my head to the side. My back has been cracking when twist my torso. I am 15 so I doubt it's aging bones. Maybe strained neck or stress??


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replied April 14th, 2017
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General Q and A Answer A60866
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

The ear needs to be examined for a possible otolith. Consult an ENT specialist doctor in this regard. He may advise and perform some maneuvers to dislodge the otolith if suspected with associated vertigo. The back can be examined and NSAIDs/ bed rest can be advised if no severe movement limitation is present.


Wishing you best of health

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