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hi lib, how r u? just spent quite a time writing a message to u and i somehow wiped it! any how will giv a quick summary now. The myoclonus is interesting and i will look into it further. Exercise makes my breathing sound go right up into the ear and may get heartbeat sound also... what about you? Clicking noise happens when i move my head from side to side, up or down and when i press below ear. it is not in spasm then. Howver the spasming will occur 'right out of the blue' when i am lying down and the back of the palate feels particularly uncomfortable and the autophony at its worst.

The coral like structure that happens seems to be dry mucous that may not hav drained out properly when i hav had middle and sinus infection. Perhaps there is a part of the ET tube that is particularly 'saggy' or 'floppy' and it has made a little pocket area for the mucous to collect and it does not come out until i strain the muscles in the back of the throat. The little pocketed area could be the area i feel as the greatest discomfort when i press below the ear. Will get Et doc to hav a good look. Would he see this with the slow speed camera you mention? please tell me what that is like? When i starin muscles at back of throat i get a popping noise and extra tickly feeling. I hav not taken any meds for myoclonus or spasming. Could it be called 'ditropan'? my daughter used to take this for 'spasms' but they occurred in the bladder. Let me know the name of the med if you could, thankyou. anyhow will talk soon. cc
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hi lib, how r u? just spent quite a time writing a message to u and i somehow wiped it! any how will giv a quick summary now. The myoclonus is interesting and i will look into it further. Exercise makes my breathing sound go right up into the ear and may get heartbeat sound also... what about you? Clicking noise happens when i move my head from side to side, up or down and when i press below ear. it is not in spasm then. Howver the spasming will occur 'right out of the blue' when i am lying down and the back of the palate feels particularly uncomfortable and the autophony at its worst.

The coral like structure that happens seems to be dry mucous that may not hav drained out properly when i hav had middle and sinus infection. Perhaps there is a part of the ET tube that is particularly 'saggy' or 'floppy' and it has made a little pocket area for the mucous to collect and it does not come out until i strain the muscles in the back of the throat. The little pocketed area could be the area i feel as the greatest discomfort when i press below the ear. Will get Et doc to hav a good look. Would he see this with the slow speed camera you mention? please tell me what that is like? When i starin muscles at back of throat i get a popping noise and extra tickly feeling. I hav not taken any meds for myoclonus or spasming. Could it be called 'ditropan'? my daughter used to take this for 'spasms' but they occurred in the bladder. Let me know the name of the med if you could, thankyou. anyhow will talk soon. cc

hi cc,
there are a lot of drugs not sure of the one you mentioned, but it could be.
klonopin, or antiseizure drugs are what they use or botox to the muscle.
when you strain the throat muscles where do you get the popping noise in the ear?
i think they can look at the e tube with a regular scope but dr poe uses a much better one that is hooked up to a tv., its just like the other scopes they put up your nose to look around, have you had that done?
i dont exercise, to afraid, does the breathing get really loud when you do this does your voice sound like a megaphone then?
wondering a lot!
take care,
lib