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... what is the fluttering in my ear sound mean? ... (0 replies)
... Why do I hear a fluttering in my right ear? ... (1 replies)
... that is a muscle spasm in the ear, the stapedial and or the tensor tympani. ... (7 replies)

... i have also been getting this probem, it comes and goes. it feels like an echoy whooshy drum being banged in my ear, at first i though it was an insect in there but the doctor said there wasnt. it is worse when im lying down and my ear is to the pillow. ... (7 replies)
... sound in my ear. it feels like fluttering, and sounds almost like a mini hellicopter. i know that it's normal to happen from time to time as i've had it before.. ... (6 replies)
... The one time I had that symptom, I had an ear infection on the outside of my ear drum. Fluid build up can also cause that. ... (1 replies)
... ve been experiencing lately. In turn, I want to share something that has helped me with a lot of my ear issues. ... (1 replies)
... My left ear has taken on a life of its own. A brief history of my ailment follows. I am allergic to cigarette smoke and other things, so go figure why the ear has always been problematic. ... (3 replies)
... i get it behind my nose, in my sinuses...i have myoclonus in ear and e tube, severing the middle ear tendons helped. ... (17 replies)
... Wow! I'm experiencing the SAME thing although it is in my LEFT ear. It started a few days ago... ... (17 replies)
... eally get a ringing.. just this hellicopter sound. it doesn't hurt.. never has.. just annoying. i think it might be slowly going away, it doesn't happen as often in the past few days.. think i'll just wait and see then if it goes on more before heading to a doc. ... (6 replies)
... no.. i clean my ears regularly.. always have. they feel ok other then this weird sound i'm getting.. and it feels like something is fluttering back and forth. ... (6 replies)
... ve been experiencing lately. In turn, I want to share something that has helped me with a lot of my ear issues. ... (1 replies)
... I am so amazed at the wonderful people on this board who came back to reply over a year later that I had to create an account and share my story. First off, thank you so much for everything on her so far. ... (28 replies)
... Hi everyone, my story might seem simliar to some, but please take a moment to see if anyone can offer me some help. ... (1 replies)
... anything is possible, but i doubt you have 2 very rare disorders, just as i doubt i do. i believe it is all related to 1 disorder. look up dr timothy hain, he describes a palatal eye type of myoclonus, sounds like myo to me. hyperacusis is a sever intolerance to sound. myo causes a sensitivity that can be sever but not to all sound. i am not convinced you have true... (10 replies)
... am waiting to see a super ENT specialist, I am trying to put a list of questions and things I would like to get tested for, just so I don't miss anything during my consultation. ... (10 replies)
... Last november I had a bad cold. my left ear plugged and after 6 visits to various doctors...one doc said you have PET. He also said "it will go away"... ... (2 replies)
... I had surgery around February to patch a hole in my left ear, your usual tympanic surgery. I regained perfect hearing in that ear that lasted, oh, maybe 2 months. It was a great time. ... (0 replies)
Ear flutters
May 20, 2005
... I would like to comment on this thumping, drumming and fluttering in the inner ear, including the humming in the ear. I have the thumping in my left ear and the humming in my right ear. The humming is constant, but the thumping like a jumping nerve or spasm comes and goes. ... (12 replies)




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