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    Loud ear click when swallowing
    ranajjar posted:
    I have recently developed this loud click in my left ear when I swallow. I'd say it happens about 80% of the time I swallow, so not quite every time. But that's still often enough to drive me nuts! I haven't had a cold or any infections, no congestion, and there is no pain or pressure associated with it. I can kind of feel the click in my ear as well as hear it, and it's pretty loud. I will also add that it started in my 4th month of pregnancy about a month ago. But it really has been driving me nuts, keeping me up at night and overall giving me a lot of anxiety whenever I eat or have to swallow. It's soooo annoying.

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