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Hear Pulse Ear Aneurysm
I keep hearing the blood whooshing in just my right ear and its getting worse its in time with my heart. I had brain aneurysm coiling 4 months ago?
See your doctor ....: Right away. You may also need to see the doctor who did the aneurysm coiling. This sound may relate to the procedure, or be caused by something else, but you need to know what is causing it and what, if anything to do about it. Something to consider is carotid bulb dehiscence and or a high jugular bulb. Make sure your old ct and MRI scans of the head are reviewed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: The carotid artery is anatomically located adjacent to the cochlea or inner ear organ. You are aware of this pulsation. Unfortunately, it is most commonly a normal physiological phenomenon. However, rarely, at age 37, it can represent an abnormality. The bottom line is that you are aware of an arterial pulsation of the large artery of the neck. If you are otherwise asymptomatic, don't worry. ...Read more
I can hear a pulse in my left ear for the last 3 days, but from time to time. Can it be something very bad? Im 27. Thank you
Pulsation: Nothing serious. You are feeling the flow of blood through the blood vessels located near your ears. ...Read more
How long can you go with hearing your pulse in your ear? I've had this going on since february.Sometimes it bothers me, and other times it doesn't.
Quite thin person 149lbs could right pulsation in carotid with feeling but not hearing it while lying down be sign of aneurysm or is it normal pulse?
I'm hearing my pulse in my right ear during my workout and when i get up to fast, and sometimes when i'm walking. What would cause this?
Nothing wrong: This is probably due to some inefficiencies in your right eustachian tube, and when there is a little negative pressure in the middle ear, you'd be more likely to hear your internal carotid artery pulsate, which is located just below the middle ear. If your nose is also chronically stuffy - the cause of that may be causing the partial eustachian tube inefficiency. Either way - not to worry. ...Read more
Immediately after an orgasm and only when i'm on my back, i hear and feel my pulse in my left ear, it goes away as fast as it arrived. Is that normal?
Not to worry: You likely have some congestion in your eustacian tube (the potential space that connects your pharynx with your middle ear that "pops" when you go up a mountain or in an airplane. ) during orgasm, your BP and heart rate physiologically are increased which is normal and you can hear your pulse in your ear because you have reduced conductive hearing. The tympanic membrane or bones may contribute. ...Read more
I can hear this pulse/whooshing sound in my left ear mostly at night. Sometimes happens through the day.Should I be worried? What can I do to stop it?
It means blood is: circulating into your head (brains). You want to hear it as long as you're alive! You need to not tunE into it as much, just like hearing your heart beat! If you didn't hear it, then you should really be worried! Don't get anxious over it. When it's quiet at night, it's more audible. It's a good thing! Use white noise of waves or nature sounds to distract you if irritates or worried by it. ...Read more
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