i wonder if anyone could help me last year i had an asd closure and also artrial fibrillation, followinging the closure i had lots of skipped heartbeats but once they had stopped for the last 2 months i can hear my heart pulsating and whoosing through my ear it is quite annoying and a bit worrying, has anyone exerienced this before or does anyone know what this could be. Regards Carroll
Directly related to what you have mentioned, I have no knowledge of and will wait for answers from those who might have some insite. There is another forum which might help should there be no known connection here, the Ear Nose & Throat forum.
I have lived with a beating heart in my left ear since 2006, as devastating as this is I think it may have helped me survive my heart attack by hearing what was going on. It was scary as all hell during the heart attack but shortly after I could tell things were getting better by just listening. Any case, I know there are many ear related problems your situation could be, we (the other forum) would just need to know of "all" the symptoms in order to push you in a particular direction.
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