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I've had a whistling noise when exhaling for a year. No cough. Doesn't seem to be getting worse. I can hear it most of the time. What could this be?
Nssal obstruction: Sounds like you may jab some upper airway or nasal obstruction or maybe a deviated septum. Have an ENT check it out if worried. ...Read more
I have a cough that produces green phlegm and when I lay on either side I hear like a whistling noise what is it?
Wheezes: Wheezes are high pitched sounds coming from mucus filled airway. The force of air through mucus creates the sound of wheeze, like a wind instrument.. ...Read more
I can hear faint whistling with exhalation is long but two doctors can't hear it with the stethoscope while I have it. One is a pulmonologist. Causes?
Hear the sound of whistling in my ears sharp for two months or more and is continuous throughout the day?
Tinnitus: Tinnitus is very common and can have several types of sounds including whistling. An otolaryngologist can examine your ear to determine whether wax accumulation or other treatable disorders are causing your symptoms. If not, there are booklets and various articles on how to cope with chronic tinnitus. ...Read more
Sometimes at the end of my exhale I can hear a whistling sound. This only happens when I exhale through my mouth, not my nose. What could this be?
Wheezing: Wheezing is a whistling sound heard on exhalation which happens when air is forced through narrowed lower airways, such as with the air trapping that occurs with wheezing/asthma/reactive airways. Treatment usually involves inhaled bronchodilators (Rx) although occasionally mucous plugs can cause transient wheezing that is self resolving with forceful cough. ...Read more
I have PND. When I exhale somewhat forcefully out the mouth I hear a whistle sound at end of exhale. I've never been diagnosed with asthma is it pnd?
I can hear my heart murmur, without any equipment. It's a very loud whistling sound and if someone is very close to me, they can hear it as well. Should I be concerned that maybe my murmur is abnormal?
Loud murmur: If there was a recent change in symptoms (such as chest pain or shortness of breath) and a loud murmur, then go to the ER. But if you feel ok and the murmur has been present for a long time, it should be evaluated by a cardiologist in the office. Some things that cause a loud murmur (like a small VSD) might not require much treatment, but they are not normal. ...Read more
Been wheezing when I talk, but I only do when I pronounce the letter s, like if I say the word sailor I hear a high whistling sound. Why?
I'm hiv+ and I'm taking ART medicine from last one month.. The problem is I feel sick. Headache. Dizziness. Hearing problem like something whistling?
Return to clinic: You need to return to the clinic that gave you the medication and tell them what you are experiencing. It is very important for you to take the medications and they may be able to adjust your meds so that you can tolerate them. ...Read more
I've got buzzing both ears. At times have hi pitched whistle & can't hear for 5-10 seconds1 ear or other. Drs say ears clear. Buzzing makes nerves edgy?
For some time now I ve been hearing like a whistling sound in my left ear. Is there any treatment for this.?
Can I unconsciously make myself wheeze? I hear a whistling sound when I exhale in a certain way. Pulmonologist said its anxiety. I have OCD and GAD
OCD and GAD:
I understand your distress of OCD and GAD.
Feel good about seeing Pulmonologist to find out if there is a Respiratory problem.
“I hear a whistling sound when I exhale In a Certain Way” is part of OCD.
Both OCD and GAD can be treated successfully with Therapy, Behavior Modification, Medication and Relaxation by Psychiatrist.
Do Breathing and Music Relaxation, Meditation, Yoga and Visual Imagery. ...Read more
Auditory hallucinations are perceptions of sounds without identifiable external stimuli.
Auditory hallucinations in psychosis are usually formed and complex. A common manifestation is hearing more than one voice that may be talking about you in the third person.
Simple unformed auditory hallucinations as you describe are referred to as tinnitus. Check for inner ear disease. I wish you well. ...Read more
I can hear a whistling noise in my right ear when myself or other people talk abit louder than normal conversation.
Have ear checked: I suggest that you see a doctor and have them look into your ears. It is possible that you have something in your ear that is causing the problem. ...Read more
I'm 19 I clean my ears and everything but a couple days ago I started hearing a whistling noise & my heart beat what does that mean?
Noises in your ear: You might start with a physical examination by a board certified otolaryngologist ...Read more
When applying pressure to my ears (closing nose and exhaling) I hear a whistle in my right ear. More pressure, louder whistle. What is happening to me?
Perforation?: If the whistle is longer than momentary, you may have a perforation (hole) in the eardrum of your right ear which is allowing the pressurized air to escape. An ENT doctor would be in a good position to evaluate for this and decide what if any treatment is necessary. ...Read more
Ian suffering from itchy ears from last 2 years. I am putting ear drop. But today morning there was hearing continuous whistle sound in one of my ear?
I have OCD and lately I'm obsessed with a whistling sound when I exhale. I hear when I provoke it by breathing very slow. All tests clear. Lung cancer?
OCD Symptoms?: If you have been examined by a physician, and had the appropriate tests (chest x-ray, blood tests) and nothing was found to suggest lung cancer, then this may be an OCD issue. Do you have family history of lung cancer, or have you lost a friend to this disease? Are you a smoker? If all these are no, then you need to stop monitoring your breathing so closely. Talk to MD or psychologist re OCD. ...Read more
5yr old son had grommets inserted both ears last week. He just blew his nose and I can hear a loud whistle nose coming from his left ear? Normal??
Expected: If you put grommets in the ear drum, it provides a link between the back of the throat and the outside that an intact eardrum would prevent. If he blows his nose, the pressure allows air to enter the Eustachian tube & escape through the grommet. I'd caution him not to blow hard. He can blow germs into his ear and trigger infection. ...Read more
My ears squeak when I swallow. I can pinch off my nose and close my mouth and blow and I can hear whistling sound out my left ear. What can I do?
Earwax in my ear canal. When myself or people talk louder than normal my ear whistles. No hearing loss.?
Earwax: I think its due to the ear wax - attenuating the sounds. I would avoid using Q tips to clean your ears. Your family doctor should be able to flush your ears out if needed and that should take care of the problem. You can try warm water and hydrogen peroxide mixed 50/50 to help loosen the wax. ...Read more
Noise: Although some lose hearing from inherited problems or local disease, the most common cause of hearing lose in younger people is exposure to noise. People at especial risk are rock musicians, foundry workers, riveters, and servicemen on flight decks of aircraft carriers. Older folks can get loss from what is called presbyacusis, the loss of hearing of the elderly. ...Read more
Babies hear at birth: Babies can hear at birth. A baby can hear even before he is born, but the sounds are dampened because he is inside his mother and surrounded by amniotic fluid. Hearing tests can be done on newborns before discharge from the hospital. ...Read more