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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 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? I'm 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.
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
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
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?
Probably normal. But: Ur doc can easily tell one from the other, usually by doing no more than a careful physical exam. Good luck. ...Read more
Arteries: Several arteries that pump blood run fairly close to the ear canal. ...Read more
If I lay my head against something I hear my pulse much clearer than before? Reasons for this? Also if I stand up I hear my blood flow in ears
Carotid artery: It is an anatomical fact that the carotid artery (the large artery in the neck that supplies blood to your brain) is adjacent to the cochlea (inner ear). Unfortunately, you are one of many people with this symptom. Try not to focus on it because it probably will not go away. You are 21 and it is unlikely that this symptom represents anything serious. But a sonogram of neck might be considered. ...Read more
36 yo female slightly overweight, anxiety, bp borderline- is it normal to hear pulse loud in each ear when that ear is pressed on pillow laying down?
It is quite normal to hear the heartbeat under the circumstances you described.
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Practice safe sex. ...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
For the past year I can hear the loud swooshing sound of my pulse in my ears. It's most noticable at rest. Is that a problem?
May be normal: Arteries near your ear can sometimes be heard when resting in the right position. If it is bothersome, see your doctor. ...Read more
I am a nurse so bear with me, I sometimes can hear my pulse and a swishing sound in my ears, I am assuming it's my carotids. Is this normal?
Pulse: It isn't necessary abnormal. Get an ekg for starters. Doubtful carotids will make you feel like this. ...Read more
I've had a problem in my right ear since 2003. I hear my pulse and sometimes can't hear out of it at all. Wwhere should I begin? Hearing test?
ENT: See an ENT = ear nose & throat md. ...Read more
Hi, for the last month I am hearing a feeling a squishy low rushing pulsing in my right ear, always there but can be louder and stronger at times?
Pusling rush in ears: Pulsing sounds and sensations in the ear are more than likely a result of turbulent blood flow through the blood vessels that surrond the inner ear. Increasing blood flow thru activities can make the sounds more prominent. An ear exam and hearing test can be a good first to start. Usually these sensations are a result of a benign condition. Hope this helps... ...Read more
One ear feels like its full of water constantly and when there is silence it feels blocked and I can hear what sounds like my pulse should I be worrie?
Don't worry: See your doctor to make sure there's no blockage (like earwax). It can often be cleaned out fairly easily. ...Read more
Why I can feel my pulse in my body, in my neck, I also can hear him in my ear? I can t stand this anymore: (please give me an answer
Pulse in the ear: If you feel your pulse while you are comfortably sitting, you may have high blood pressure. At your age it is hard to diagnose because most people at your age do not see doctors. Get your blood pressure checked at your doctor's office ASAP. You need to get your electrolytes and iron levels checked. Avoid high salt foods until you get in to see the doctor. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
Hear pulse beat in ears when lying down to sleep at night. Soft ear plugs help. Should I be worried about this condition. Had it for years now.
I can hear pulse at the back of my neck during night in bed and ears crackle when swallow and feel full. Will ear issue cause pulse in back of neck?
Eustachian tube: Allows drainage of fluid from the middle ear, and equalizes air pressure on the ear drum. When the eustachian tube becomes blocked, usually from swelling due to allergies or from an infection, it can cause pain and sensitivity to sound, including your own pulse. Steroid nasal spray (eg. Nasonex (mometasone) or Flonase) can help reduce swelling in the eustachian tube and may relieve your symptoms. ...Read more
3 days ago I woke up with my left ear feeling clogged, so couldn`t really hear well, now its starting to hurt & I hear my pulse& a sudden ringing.
To have that ear examined. ..sounds like impacted CERUMEN (Ear Wax)
There are OTC cleanser systems but its a lot easier to have your Primary Care Provider irrigate the wax out. (If his/her Office does not do this any good Walk In Unit will most likely have the equipment!)
BTW DO NOT INSERT ANY OBJECT YOURSELF!
Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more
What causes a hard felt heart beat? In my chest and chin? And also when I bend my head down I can hear my pulse in my head/ears?
Premature Beats: Phenomena occurs when U have occas premature beat, followed by normal beat. Early beat with less filled Ventricle, & following beat with greater than NL filled Ventricle. So second beat releases more blood & this is experienced as harder beat. If this happens freq. Would request Holter Monitor from Prim MD, which records all beats 24-72 hrs. Prob not a signif problem, just be sure. ...Read more
When I lay down, I constantly hear a roaring sound of my pulse in my right ear. It almost feels like pressure is on it too, what could it be?
Pulsatile tinnitus?: See a ent specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I've been having tension in my neck & shoulders along with headaches. This cause me to hear my pulse in my ear. It is like woosh woosh & it scares me?
OK: Not to worry. What you are experiencing is quite common when you are having tension. ...Read more
Heart beat: When you place your ear on a solid or relative solid, the sound conduction through that solid is better than through air, so you may hear the heart. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with TMJ & I believe it was from a car accident 4 months ago. I can hear my pulse in my ear. How can u get rid of that? It is annoying
See an Oral surgeon:
TMJ is a very common injury in car accidents. You need to be accurately diagnosed. An Oral surgeon who specializes in TMJ is recommended.
Hearing your pulse in your ear is not necessarily related and often times will go away on its own.
I recently experienced that for a few months and it went away.
Check with an Oral surgeon who specializes in TMJ ...Read more
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