So yesterday I didn't have a headache anymore for the first time in three months, not to threat though it's back... but this morning at 3 AM my right ear suddenly went deaf twice in one minute, I jumped up and started hitting my head thinking "No please no!"... luckily it stopped after a minute. I just noticed that I no longer have the loud crackling sound in my ears when I yawn or clear them. I've seen the crackling ear thing come by on this forum a few times, and due to everything I've heard here and at my audiologist I was made to believe that it was due to senorineuronal hearing loss and an altered experience of the conductive hearing. Clearly this is not the case. Since we're going to model every aspect of tinnitus in a clearly for tinnitushub I need to understand what in the ear could possible cause this. Since the cochlea is buried in the strongest bone of the human body only the vane running below the middle ear and Eustachian tube have any effect when yawning or clearing there has to be a good explanation. Perhaps the increased pressure when clearing causes friction between the three inner ear bones.. I'm at a loss. Would you please share your crackling experiences to shed some more light on this mystery?