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Crackling sounds more often
I'm hearing the legs crackling sounds more often these days when I turn back while walking or bend down in some daily routine.. These are not painful but quite a alarming for me with the no. Of times those are making breaking sounds.
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Crackling sounds on movement of joints is very common, which is known as crepitus caused by bursting of small air bubbles in the joint.
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These sounds are generally non-significant. Please consult of you develop pain of any kind associated with the sound.
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Just ignore. They will go with time
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