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I have rapid pulsing in my right ear that has been going on for the last week at night. i am diagnosed with chronic kidney disease/ renal rickets ?
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ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 73 years experience
Pulsing in the ear: A pulsation in the ear that a doctor can measure and record is often a result of an enlarged blood vessel called an aneurysm. How is your blood pressure? If it is normal and this continues, need to have it checked by an ENT specialist. .
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Last updated Aug 11, 2016
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