I'm not exactly what you mean? It is common for some people to have a light twitching of the eyelids due to stress, irritation or excess stimulation. It is called myokymia and is usually harmless. Now if you have something different, I really cannot be sure. There is a condition where patients can hear whooshing sounds in the eye socket due to an arterial/venous shunting defect so I suppose that could possibly be in the list of possibilites. My best advise is to see an ophthalmologist for a complete exam, then you can have a more detailed and personal evaluation which is necessary.
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