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Hearing heartbeat in ears, ear canals burning and itchy, have allergy, using ocean nasal spray, swollen lymph node

I have been hearing my heartbeat in both ears for 3 days now. It is so annoying, as it comes and goes throughout the day. My ear canals are burning a slightly and itchy. My sinuses also seem to be really dry, as I have bas allergies . I have been using Ocean Nasal spray for the past 2 days hoping the whooshing sound will go away. I also had a swollen lymph node near my ear a few weeks ago, but it has no almost gone completely away. What do I need to do to get the whooshing sound to go away?
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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hi, this looks like blocked eustesain tube due to upper respiratory tract infection. you need antibiotics, analgesics and nasal decongesants which makes the tubes open and you will be symtom free. meet ENT specialist.
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