Hi, A couple of months ago, I started noticing random pulsating in my left ear. It isn't constant, but is very annoying when it occurs. I started keeping a journal to keep track of when the pulsing happens. For some reason, it seems to occur mainly when the television, computer, or radio is on in the same room (regardless of my activity level at the time). I don't know if I'm losing my marbles or if this correlation makes any sense at all. It just seems strange that this sensation started very recently. I have normal blood pressure and haven't started any new medications recently. I'm just wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar and can point me in the right direction. Thanks View Thread
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