Hi scott I think I have the same problem w my hyoid bone clicking when I swallow painful when the clicks hurts only on left side and also hurts in my inner ear. I am very scared and want to know if you had surgery and what was the result and how do you feel? I am finding that I can't lay flat on my back I feel like I am going to suffocate!!!
I am also from Winnipeg and was just curious how things were going for you. I read thru all your posts as i also have problems with my hyoid. I am a 26 year old mal and I took a big body check in hockey and my neck was really sore for about a week and a bit so i went to a physiotherapist. She found that my hyoid bone is movable with her fingers and it clicked when she moved it.
I read all this and this sounds very scary and any input you might have for me will be calming. I know our symptoms are probably different as mine isnt really sore or anything but again i would enjoy anything you could tell me.
Thank you for your time
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