Im 28 and have pulsating/throbbing/heartbeat in ears.it can sometimes be my left ear and sometimes my right.As it happens i feel a fullness sensation in my ear which make s everything sound muffled.
Im healthy weight,dont smoke,drink and dont have high blood pressure,normal heartrate,good diet etc.
I also get nausea with this sometimes and i also have very strong pulsating/throbbing/numbness under my feet in the arteries-the same sensation that is in my ear/brain.
This is very strong and disturbs my sleep.
The only tests that ive had which showed anything were mild thickening of the carotid arteries with a mall hypoechoic plaque and moderate hypometabolism of both temporal lobes on a PET scan.
Can you please tell me possibilities of what cause be causing these symptoms.
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