I would recommend you schedule a diagnostic hearing evaluation with an audiologist and then they can determine if an ENT/Otologic consultation would be warranted following the examination. In most cases, if it isn't related to impacted cerumen/wax which should be accommodated by the audiologist, a medical referral would be justified.
See an audiologist and probably also an ENT physician. It could be due to a number of issues from wax clogging your ears enough to make your pulse echo, fluid trapped behind your eardrums, high blood pressure, or something more serious. A thorough look in your ears, immittance testing, and hearing testing may find the reason, and it may or may not need the expertise of an ENT who can order imaging, prescribe medication, or perform surgery if that’s needed. We really do work as a team to figure these things out and try to get that annoying pulsatile sound out of your ears!
22 March 2018 - 218 Views
This Website Does Not Provide Medical Advice. All material on this Website is provided for informational purposes only. Inclusion of information on this site does not imply any medical advice, recommendation or warranty. Answers provided should not be considered a substitute for the advice of health professionals who are familiar with your specific medical history. Experts who provide advice via "Expert Answers" assume no liability for the accuracy or completeness of, nor any liability to update, the information provided. Expert answers and comments may be removed at any time, at the discretion of the moderators, without notice.