I have roaring in my ear in time with my heart beat and eye pressure. What could be the cause?

Several things. These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you.

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I'm a 38 yr old male that recently started feeling my heart beat in my chest and ringing in my ear. My blood pressure is normal. What could it be?

MD evaluation. It can be a variety of things including anxiety, increased thyroid hormone level, or irregularities of the heart. A physician should evaluate you with more questioning, blood tests , and an EKG . Read more...

Why does it feel like my heart beat is in my head like my blood is pumping causing pressure in my head?

Check blood pressure. the first thing to do is have your blood pressure checked. If normal and the feeling persists discuss with your doctor what other conditions might be causing it. Sometimes abnormalities of the blood vessels could cause symptoms like yours. Read more...

Sometimes when I stand up I get sudden pressure in my head, my heart beat is a little wonky and I feel dizzy. Could this by my ms?

Not necessarily. Your description raises concern of possible postural blood pressure drop, which could be a medication adverse reaction, but also, associated with a migrainous phenomenon. I do not see a medication to control your ms, only the steroids, which i presume are being used for a relapse. Would suggest starting a potent ms agent soon, and supplementing vitamin d. Have your doc assess all mentioned. Read more...

My ears don't bother me pain wise, but time to time I get this noise in my ear. It sounds like a swooshing noise & goes along with my heart beat?

Probably benign. While rarely bruits any "whooshing" noises can occur with abnormalities like avm's most often these symptoms are of no consequence. Read more...
Hearing your pulse. From what you are describing, it could be that you are hearing your pulse as the blood travels near your ear. There are arteries ; veins that pass in front of and around the ear. If your pulse or heart rate is raised, it may be heard. The question is what is causing you to hear this? Increased blood pressure? Have your md check to be sure. Read more...
Not to worry. at your age this is unlikely to be of concern. This can happen with anemia and a high flow in your arteries. IF it becomes a distraction or is associated with symptoms like dizziness or vision problems see an ENT doctor. Read more...