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... I also have this fluttering sound. I believe you can find more information on this by searching for 'middle ear myoclonus'. This is often caused by a muscle spasm of one of the muscles in the middle ear. ... (2 replies)
Ear flutter
Jun 16, 2004
... It's this fluttering sound but is clearly coming from within the ear. I never had this happen before labyrinthitis. It seems harmless enough but a little weird when it happens nonetheless. ... (14 replies)
... I also have the fluttering sound of my eardrum or whatever it is and my ears are very sensitive to noise. Its driving me crazy, especially at night. ... (5 replies)

... As I type this message, in my ear is a fluttering or perhaps a low frequency bubbling sound that lasts any where from 2-5 seconds. I think it may be related to some upper respitory problems (bronchitis, sinus congestion) I experience from time to time. There is no pain and it's more a distraction than a hearing deterrent... anybody know what's going on ? ... (0 replies)
... weeks I have been experiencing intermittent fluttering sensations in my left ear. Like the sort of "sound" you hear when you yawn but this is happening spontaneously. ... (2 replies)
... For the last few days I've been feeling a fluttering in my left ear. It doesn't hurt, but it feels odd. ... (3 replies)
... I have whistling ear that also feels itchy inside. ... (0 replies)
... hi truely been there with it too, it will go, mine lasted a while and comes back occasionally, usually following a head cold, i have been very tense with it and that doesnt help, i also have tinnitus, occasional hyperacusis, ear fluttering with low rummbling sounds, and a sound like the speakers have blown on the music system, i try steaming and saline if i know its from... (5 replies)
Ear flutter
Jun 16, 2004
... I get this fluttering. Sometimes i get it all the time but at other times I hardly get it at all. It usually coincides with the ear fullness. I never got it before lab. Mine is also triggered by sound. It used to bother me and now I just try and ignore it! ... (14 replies)
... do a search and you'll find some info. Not everyone who gets a full ear feeling has actual eustachian tube dysfunction. Sometimes the problem is purely muscular. I'm guessing this could be the case with you as you have neck problems. ... (2 replies)
Ear update
Jun 25, 2001
... ng better. I started out with the lightheadedness, but it took about 5 or 6 weeks for me to start getting full ears and pain. So when my ENT said it was'nt inner ear and sent me to get an ENG and ABR they both came back normal. Now tomorrow at his suggestion I'm going back to my neurologist. ... (4 replies)
... Many of these symptoms resolve, but some, like the vertigo and ear fullness, often stay around long term and present in daily episodes. ... (4 replies)
... In my left ear when listening to music in my car, or with headphones, I get this weird sensation like something is crackling inside my ear. ... (2 replies)
Questions for hbep
Apr 21, 2006
... both sensible suggestions considering your symptoms, although I wouldn't rule out an inner ear disorder or migraine. They are simply things to keep in your back pocket as a possiblity if your treatment for the tmj and etd doesn't solve your dilemma. ... (8 replies)
Mar 4, 2006
... when it comes to full ears, tinnitus, pressure etc... tmj is the next thing on the list to consider. It is a major suspect when it comes to ear fullness, tinnitus, fluttering etc... as it affects the muscles around the ears. It can also flare up under stress. ... (8 replies)
Surgery for SSCD
Dec 9, 2005
... spasms in the middle ear and e tube, from outside sound and my own voice, popping, snapping, crackling, thumping, fluttering, severe. so many more..... ... (42 replies)
... the ear spasms are horrible, you feel the ear drum move to sound, like a kicking fluttering. even burping will trigger it. ... (11 replies)
... i suspect you have myoclonus...that can cause popping, and thumping....please describe the popping prior to the tubes.was the ear drum fluttering? ... (84 replies)
... hi ccc123, my thumping is the ear drum spasming,its horrendus, yes you are right about the palatal myclonus as well, dr poe said myclonus is very common with pet, it could be the muscle in the e tube spasming. i took klonopin for the snapping noise behing my nose but it did not help, the only thing that helped that was the cold and so it makes me think its the e tube snapping... (173 replies)
... EVery now and again I will get an intense fluttering of the eardrum. It is a very strange and alarming feeling. ... (173 replies)

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