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Can hear my own heartbeat

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Hi. I sometimes hear my heartbeat in my ears. I have had alot of ear problems all my life. It feels like i have alot of fluid in it. It is painful and i also have a head cold ...

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Hello, my 11 year old son has moderate pectus excavatum on the left side. Lately he has been complaining about hearing his own heart beat "I can hear my heartbeat in my ears and it bugs me." When I ...

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what causes your heartbeat felt in your head. there is a constant thumping ...

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Yes. Lately when I'm quiet or at night in bed, I can hear my heart beating. Ive noticed it's in my left ear. Is this problematic? ...

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I have ringing in my ear and at times I can hear my heart beating in my left ear. I have been sneezing a lot too I do take a blood pressure pil Olmesartan/ HCtz tab 40-25. ...

Public Forum Discussions

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FOR MORE THAN EIGHT MONTHS, i have been able to hear my heartbeat in my ear. I have had my ears checked for buildup and have had the arteries in my neck checked by LifeLine Screening, neither of which ...

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Er...for some reason, I m scared of my own heartbeat. Ever since I learned about it in detail ... t stand to feel my own pulse. Hearts gross me out, just,.....ewwww! ...

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hi. i am 21 years old and I can hear my own heartbeat in my left ear. i went to the GP and the ENT specialist who have both checked and said it is nothing serious and my blood pressure is normal. this begun 3 ...

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I really want to hear my own heartbeat but I have no way to get a stethoscope or microphone. How ... no way to get a stethoscope, and I just want to hear my heart beating there is no reason I just do. ...

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Sometimes I can t hear my heart beating through my mouth when I open my mouth its a whooshing heart beat. Why is that ? ...

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Hi! I was just curious about why when I hear my own scream, my ears don t react the same as when I hear someone else screaming. Usually, if someone were to scream as loudly as they can into my ear, my ...

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heal on its own. Just today I started hearing a very loud whooshing sound in that ear. It s the blood ... pumping blood through your ear? I m sure I m hearing it through my left ear loudly because of the injury ...

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I have been feeling my own heartbeat at night, what can this be? Should I see a doctor for this? ...

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I can hear the sound of my heart beating sometimes loudly. ...

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is trapped. I can hear my own voice and when I eat I can hear every bite etc. Sometimes pain I feel as if I ... checked for any tumours. Constant tinnitus but misery with hearing my own voice and eating 24/7. Feeling ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

If it's transient after strenuous physical activity, it still can be normal. I will need more details if it is persistent recurring (even at rest) symptoms to discuss further.

doctor1 MD

I am not aware of any serious organic medical problem that explains this symptoms. However if you suffer from nasal congestion or throat pain, perhaps eustachian tube opening could be a factor contributing.

doctor1 MD

Do not do on your own. Visit an ENT specialist urgently.