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Fizzing, Bubbling Sound In Back Of Neck?


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#1 rarmama

 
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Posted 18 January 2012 - 04:08 PM

I've come to realize that many of my weird symptoms could be attributed to possible celiac, so even though it's a long shot, here goes...

Ever since I had my daughter 4 months ago, I will occasionally get a strange sensation of tiny bubbles popping in my spine right at the back of my neck where it joins the skull. It's not painful, but I can feel and hear it almost like a carbonated soda being opened, and it lasts a few seconds and then goes away. Nothing in particular seems to cause it. I've searched the net and other people have had this happen too (I'm not crazy, I swear! Lol) though no one seems to know what causes it. I did have a spinal block for anesthetic when I had my emergency c-section, so possibly could be from that, but just wanted to ask here on the off chance that anyone with celiac has experienced this?
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Posted 18 January 2012 - 06:02 PM

I've come to realize that many of my weird symptoms could be attributed to possible celiac, so even though it's a long shot, here goes...

Ever since I had my daughter 4 months ago, I will occasionally get a strange sensation of tiny bubbles popping in my spine right at the back of my neck where it joins the skull. It's not painful, but I can feel and hear it almost like a carbonated soda being opened, and it lasts a few seconds and then goes away. Nothing in particular seems to cause it. I've searched the net and other people have had this happen too (I'm not crazy, I swear! Lol) though no one seems to know what causes it. I did have a spinal block for anesthetic when I had my emergency c-section, so possibly could be from that, but just wanted to ask here on the off chance that anyone with celiac has experienced this?

not exactly. I was diagnosed with Celiac just this past November. For many years I have experienced some odd sensations in my neck. When I turn my head slowly from side to side there is sound that I can hear. I have never described it as 'a carbonated soda being opened" but it is like I can hear the bones sort of crunching. Now that I think about, and turn my head, maybe it does kind of sound like a carbonated soda being opened. But any time I turn my head slowly to either side I hear that sound.
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Posted 19 January 2012 - 04:42 AM

Yes, I get that too from time to time. Like most things, I have never gotten an explanation for it. Maybe it is some kind of release because I seem to feel better for a little while after it happens!
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