It has been 9 days since I made my post and not one response. Was it just ignored or no one knows what it could be?
I'm sure it's that no one has felt able to tell you what it might be or offer advice. It's frustrating to post and not get any responses (I've had that happen to me many times), but sometimes people really just don't know, especially about unusual symptoms. Please don't feel ignored.
Also remember this particular forum (ENT) is not an official ask-the-doctor forum where a doctor looks at and answers all questions. I do see there's one or two doctors posting here, as well as an audiologist, but they probably didn't know what to say either. Also, they may not be reading every question (everyone is limited in their time), only ones that pop out at them as ones they might be able to be helpful with.
I have no clue what could be causing your click. Try asking your doctor at your next visit (unless it's something that is hurting or really bothering you, in which case ask sooner), and ask for a referral to an ENT if the doctor can't help you.
Another thing you might try is reposting your question more specifically, i.e., "Click in throat when swallowing," in case someone sees it who knows more about throat issues but didn't open your question because they assumed it was a click in your ear. Might not make any difference--but you never know!
Best of luck,
Nancy T. (not a health professional)
Thank you very much for you response and suggestions Nancy!
yeah, Nancy's right, I'm a doc and wouldn't be able to guess what that click is from. Ask your doc to look down there with a mirror
An ENT has a laryngoscope that they can use to look down there
It has been more than 7 month and I still have this click, I went to ENT, did a video swallowing test and my ENT said that everything is fine. I had tonsilectomy 2 weeks prior the click started and I feel that this click is the after cause of the surgery. Of course ENT will say that everything is fine, because he is the one that did the surgery... I keep touching my wind tunnel and pushing it with my fingers to the right, something clicks, then after I swallow next few times there is no click and then it comes back again. Very tired of this clicking sound... Don't know if it ever will go away.
Bummer... sorry you still have this. Why not get a second opinion from another ENT?