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Throbbing Sound In My Ear
Throbbing in ears: The sound you are hearing is coming from blood vessels near the inner ear.
Feels like h2o running out my ear when I tilt head. I KNOW it isn't tho. Ears throb and pulsate and sound like the ocean&make me dizzy somtimes why?
Ear wax?: When was the last time you had your ears checked. Sometimes a buildup of ear wax can trap fluid (shower water etc). Thisw amy cause the symptoms you have described. Good Luck
Been sick for a couple days ears blocked. Earlier today I noticed anything audio sounds robotic. Throbbing pain in ears. Sensitive to noises. Dr yorn?
Infected back ear cyst. Decreased hearing throbbing vertigo & wooshing sound for 2 yrs. 300mg clindamycin& appt w/ ENT. Possible cholesteatoma?
Aching, throbbing pain in feet and legs while sitting or standing. Also hearing a really loud rushing water sound in both ears. Ideas on what this is?
Tinnitus: I'm not sure what is causing the noise in your ears, but I don't think it is related to the issues in your legs. Have those checked out by your doctor. Feel better.
Air movement: As you open or close the Eustachian tubes between your throat & middle ear you can add or release pressure on the ear drum which may cause a sound. This happens with yawning, chewing & other movements that tense the levator palitini muscle which pulls the tube straight/open.See 2 more doctor answers
Tinnitus: Sounds in your ear or ears are called tinnitus. It can be associated with hearing loss but often the cause is not known. It is thought that the problem is usually not in the ear but in the part of the brain that senses sound, hearing a sound that is not there. It is reasonable to be assessed by an ENT specialist. For more information and a promising treatment see http://neuromonics. Com
Humming: Usually damaged cochlear hair cells from noise exposure, aging, infection, etc.
Why is there a hissing, buzzing sound in my ear. I notice it more in the night. What can it be. Help?
Tinnitus: Tinnitus. Common. More heard in quiet surroundings. If persistent or troublesome, see ENT doc.
Annoying sound in my ear, after accidently getting hit on the cheek/ear (not hard), will it go away?
Get this checked: Even if no bleeding, this kind of injury can result in a ruptured eardrum. It could be just stunned, but you should have this examined because traumatic eardrum ruptures don't usually heal well on there own if large or centrally located.See 1 more doctor answer
I have this weird crackling sound in my ear and it almost feels like there is water in my ear what could it be?
Ear: It very likely is water in your ear. This can be from infection or allergies. The external canal can get plugged and that can cause similar symptoms.See 2 more doctor answers
Tinnitus: This problem may be transient but also be long-lasting. If you have nasal congestion from allergies, try nasal steroid. If the problem persists for more than a week or worsens, see ENT doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
Pulsatile Tinnitus: ... Is the fancy medical word for hearing your own blood. Think about it. .. Your ear is a delicate, very sensitive organ that detects sound. The movement of your blood cells through blood vessels in your ear makes sound. It's actually surprising that more people don't experience this. Most of us "tune it out" and don't notice it. Why you do at certain times is a not dangerous mystery. Luck!See 1 more doctor answer