I clicked when I swallowed. The sound did not come from my mouth, but rather, the back of my throat. Why does this happen?
Well, there are three possible explanations for clicking while swallowing: 1) a person may have an enlarged thyroid gland; 2) they may be experiencing acid reflux; and 3) they could just be eating too fast. Whatever the reason, it is important to consult with your doctor if you notice that you constantly click when you swallow or experience difficulty swallowing at all.
The first two explanations are more common than the third one.
For a person to have an enlarged thyroid gland, they will need to see their doctor and undergo testing in order to be diagnosed with this condition. The symptoms of having an enlarged thyroid gland include feeling heat all over your body, trouble breathing for no reason at all, neck swelling or pain along with heart palpitations and high blood pressure. If you experience any of these symptoms combined with clicking while swallowing then it is important that you consult someone who can diagnose what’s happening quickly so that whatever issue there may be can be treated as soon as possible! If acid reflux has been identified by a physician as being the cause of clicking on swallowing then treatment options range from medication