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Can hear blood pumping like a heart beat in left ear have suffered with ear infection vertigo and dizziness over the last five weeks now my eyes are a?

SOM. Sounds like you have a serous otitis media with a blocked eustachian tube. Very frustrating symptoms. No good treatment. Patience. Here is a good reference (directed to children but applies equally well to adults): http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/007010.Htm. Read more...

Muffled heart beat r ear w/ dizziness. X1 week Dr saw no infection told to take decongestant not helping can't see entry until next week please help?

Middle ear infection. It sounds like you may have a significant sinus infection which now has involved the middle ear. I think you really cannot wait for one week -I would call back your primary or if he/she cannot help go to an E.R. I would want a CT of the sinus area at a minimum. You may even need an ENT specialist at this stage but definitely don't take the 'slow road' with these symptoms. Hope you get relief soon. Read more...

I can hear rush of blood and my heart beating loudly in my left ear. Notice heart beat sounds stop or greatly diminish when lifting legs. What is this? Why getting louder and is affected by body movements?

Pulsatile tinniitus. Negative pressure or fluid in the middle ear(Eustachian tube dysfunction), tumors and vascular anomalies of the middle ear can cause this symptom. Intracranial vascular anomalies or normal pressure hydrocephalus are other considerations. This has an extensive list of possibilities. You need a good ENT history, exam, and hearing test. Imaging is usually done. This is important to check. Read more...

I'm pretty sure I have a viral ear infection or something. Dizzy, drunk feeling, heart beats fast etc. How can I treat it or when will it go away?

Medical evaluation. I actually would suggest prompt medical attention. The reason is that you feel drunk (mental status change?), feel dizzy (may be dehydrated or other) & have rapid heart rate (?Tachycardia due to dehydration?). This could be an ear infection, but i would err on the side of caution. Take care. Read more...