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... these are all symptoms of muscle spasms in the middle ear. ... (36 replies)
... On the heart beating in the ears...I have had that also, and was told to cut out nicotine and caffeine at night time...I've tried placing a cotton ball in my ear, crazy, but it seems to help, and when going to sleep, lay on the side of the ear that you hear the beat.. ... (36 replies)
... I'm glad I found this thread. I'm 18 weeks pregnant and about 2 weeks ago I started hearing my heart beating in my left ear. Mostly only when I am active and my heart is beating faster. Its driving me nuts! ... (36 replies)

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... Yes! I am experiencing a continuous thud in my right ear. It's begun to last a couple of seconds or so. It just gos really fast thuds's. Nothing helps it to go away. ... (36 replies)
... I have heard my heart and blood pumping in my ears since April. It never goes away. It seems like it is worse when rain is coming. I thought it was allergies, the claridon seems to help. ... (36 replies)
... I have heard my heart and blood pumping in my ears since April. It never goes away. It seems like it is worse when rain is coming. I thought it was allergies, the claridon seems to help. ... (36 replies)
... es or if I'm just more aware of it sometimes. It is the sound of my pulse, for sure. When I get up from a chair my pulse speeds up a little and I can hear that in my ear. After all these years I'm very use to it, it's just like a "beating clock" in the room. ... (36 replies)
... hi grapes, what other symptoms do you get from tmj? any other ear symptoms? thanks, lib (36 replies)
... My heart beats loudly in my right ear. ... (36 replies)
... yea i have heard my ears do that same thing too, just try and laydown for a while and drink hot things, this may help my just went away eventally (36 replies)
... es on. My ENT, too, wanted me to have an MRI or CT. But I keep thinking it has something to do with my neck or muscle spasms. Thanks for the idea of muscle spasm in the middle ear. I'll check it out. ... (36 replies)
... and how do you hear it in your entire head, or do you mean near your ears like me? ... (36 replies)
... d my hearing loss started to impact both ears. They finally diagnosed me with Meniere's. The symptoms eased up greatly before I found a doctor that specializes in Meniere's. There doesn't seem to be a whole lot they can do about it. ... (36 replies)
... My heart beat sound is in my right ear. It's called pulsatile tinnitus. The ent doctor said I have it in both ears, but I only hear it in the right one. I don't know what caused mine. I worked for some time where the noise was really loud and I used to take ibuprofen quite often. ... (36 replies)
... Hearing your heart beat in your ears is called pulsatile tinnitus and can be very serious. That's why your doctor is having the Mri performed. Abnormalities in the arteries carrying blood to the brain, in the vicinity of the ear, can cause this. ... (36 replies)
... I read your post regarding the heart beat in the ear, when you were pregnant in 2005. ... (36 replies)
... What happened to me was, I went swimming last year and while swimming water went up my nose. As soon as that happened it felt as if something was loadged in my head. The swishing sound is best described in my own words like that of an ultrasound. SWISH SWISH SWISH I can hear it now in my right ear. ... (36 replies)
... I'm pregnant and I thought that maybe thats why it started in the first place. I only hear it in my left ear and it comes and goes through out the day. Its worse in the morning. ... (36 replies)
... ENT practice. The ENT told me that he sees about three pET a year...and this is in NYC! ... (36 replies)




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