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I have had it my entire life.

Hello 28 F

My entire life from time to time I would get a pop rocks soda fizz feeling from the base of my neck to scull. It almost feels like it’s a stream running to and from. I never really thought it was a big deal and it was normal until recently. I tried explaining my symptoms to my bf and he was baffled. I have never had any sickness, headaches or any symptoms with it Just the fizzy sound, it Happens randomly and then poof gone. I have no underlying conditions besides Asthma. I am relieved I am not alone.
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I’m a 20 year old male and I’ve been getting this weird sensation for probably the past year or two I don’t know if I just blew it off a lot in the beginning but now I really notice it. I would say it comes and goes and sometimes I get it after I had a small headache. I’m trying to figure out what it is let me know if you guys find anything but it’s weird it feels like it may hurt when I hear the noise but it doesn’t hurt. Air bubbles maybe? I have no idea
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Female (23) also had the same sensation all my life. Fu22y bubbles up my, I guess brain stem, The area where your spine meets your brain. This is not consistent at all. the feeling is but the timing is not. Definitely not a daily occurrence. Very random and usually when laying down.
I would love to know if someone figures out what causes the sensation. Please Please let me know.
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