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 weakness ?
is it possible to feel a physical weakness from anxiety? and what causes it? I have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder in the past.

and also, if I was checked for anemia a few years ...


 Lost my singing voice 2 months ago and it didn't come back...I'm 35?
before I get any obvious replies such as "see a doctor or ENT, or throat specialist" I have an appointment scheduled for next week but this has been eating at me so i thought I'd put ...


 I have a small lump about the size of half a marble on my skull....?
It has been there for a few months (unless i never noticed it before) The lump is on the left side of the crown. The lump does not move. I dont have health ins right now...and im really scared. Does ...


 WHY DO I CUT MYSELFE?
i dont know why i do it and i already go to ...


 I have a bump on the right side of my throat it doesn't hurt or anything but I'm worried?
Ju st a bit ...


 Extremely sick! Please help!?
Saturday night while i was at work i started to get a really bad headache and i got extremely weak, when i got off i went home and took my temperature and i had a low fever. i stayed home all night, ...


 What causes burps????
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 Does anyone get headaches each day?
I started getting headaches at 2:30 and school ends at 3:05 for like two years. Now in the summer it is all day long. Right before my period I get terrible migraines. I'm going to the doctor F...


 dark circles under eyes, lack of hunger, sleeping alot what do these symptoms sound like - anyone?
My husband has dark circles under his eyes, he has for years. He does not eat much. Everyday for breakfast he has a tiny can of V8 and a cup of coffee... for lunch he has 1/2 a granola or protein bar....


 What exactly causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome?
my baby neice just died from it and i want to no what causes ...


 Should a 19yr old dying with liver failure Due to alcohol be given a liver transplant.?
This is a question posted on the Steven Nolan show on BBC radio 5 live. The 19yr old is in hospital after supposedly binge drinking 30 cans of beer over a weekend and needs a liver transplant. I ...


 three year old wont stop vomiting after virus is over. feels fine, no fever. what could this be?
whole family had a 3 day virus. we all got over it. the baby acts like he feels fine but is still vomiting every other meal. this is the 2nd week. is this normal? i have bleached and sprayed lysol to ...


 Constipation???????????????
How can I get rid of it with out telling my ...


 Is this nothing, or am I sick?
On Saturday night, I noticed my throat was a tad sore, and I kept coughing (it was painful). After about 4 hours sleep Saturday night, I felt like crap, and assumed it was because I was tired. On S...


 Could this lead to an eating disorder?
Okay, I'm 16, 5'7 and 110 pounds. People are always telling me that I'm skinny but when I look at myself, I don't think I'm thin. I eat less and less almost everyday and when ...


 How do you know if you have high blood pressure?
I always had 120/70 and was told it was perfect, last year I went to the Gyn and they told me my blood pressure was a little high, didn't tell me the numbers but they said it could be stress, I ...


 What could be causing my very rapid hair loss?
I am 24yo, and within the last year I have been balding at an increasing rate, Im wondering if it could be health related, what could cause rapid hair loss....


 is there any real cure for Alzheimer's?
my mom has alzheimers and is getting worse. I need to know if there is anything that can be done about it....


 Can you come back to life from a vegetative state?
Please answer!...


 Do I have the flu?
♥I have a 100.8 temp.
♥Dizzy
♥Horrible Headache (It felt more like a Migraine)
♥Sore Throat
♥Runny Nose
♥Clogged Ears (But I Have an Ear Infertion already)
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summerhearts
i can feel and hear my heartbeat in my ears? whats wrong?
i can actually feel my heartbeat in my ear so much that my ears are aching! PLEASE HELP!???? WHAT IS CAUSING THIS???
                      









GeOrGiA_gUrL96
i do that whe i have been running but other than that idk sorry


Densha O
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You may have poor circulation to your head. You aren't actually hearing your heartbeat. What you hear is your pulse, which isn't the same thing. Do you get migraines?


Najee B
i dont know but hurry go to the docter


wink2pink
i get this mainly at nights when im falling asleep its So annoying i ask one of my friends and she is a doctor and she said its that your concertrating on your heartbeat even without noticing!
i listen to music though earphones to stop it
i hope i helped
x


louie
I get this if i am stressed or overtired so try to take a deep breath and it usually goes away, have heard of lots of people getting this so try not to worry...might be an idea to go to you g.p. just to put your mind at rest.


Rachel
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You might just have an ear infection or have fluid in your ears caused by allergies. I remember on time I went outside and had a reaction to all the pollen in the air (haha I sound like a dork..:P), anyways the same thing has happened to me a while back. You'll probably be fine. Go to the doctor see if he/she can help fix the problem.


Biichi-gi
are you hearing this all the time or just occasionally? and is it only in one ear?
do you have allergies? how old are you? can't answer that with just that information. If you are also having trouble breathing or what all, and trouble hearing, this might mean you have a build up of pressure behind your ears and try decongestants (such as sudaphed) to drain the pressure.
it could also mean that you have a blood pressure problem. easy answer for that, try a take it yourself blood pressure test in a pharmacy or whatever. if it's high, see your physician for treatment or follow-up. do you take drugs, either legitimate or illicit? could be a problem with that.
the most obvious solution, with no further information, is that, as the heating is turning on and the humidity is low, which can affect the mucous membranes as above. try the BP testing first. if it is ok, then take a 12 hr sudafed (decongestant only) and see if that helps.


Doc
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Generally your ears are packed with wax and your tympanic membrane (your eardrum) is close to a blood vessel in your head and it is amplifying the heartbeat. Just go have your ears flushed or go to the store and buy some ear flush and ask someone to help flush them to see if this helps.


Anonymous
check this out

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_causes_pressure_or_hearing_your_heartbeat_in_your_ears


nemeczek
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high blood pressure... or your heart shifted to your ear


Amelia G
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Sounds like you may have an ear infection if this is a new development. The ability to hear your pulse is referred to as vascular tinnitus. Tinnitus means rining, and vascular refers to you circulatory system. Here is an article I found on YourTotalHealth.ivillage.com.

"Question :

What causes the sound of your pulse to be heard in your ears?

P.L.
Answer :

This is known as "pulsating" or "vascular" tinnitus. (Tinnitus generally means ringing or roaring in the ears.) Here is a list of the possible causes of pulsating tinnitus:

1. Chronic inflammation or infection of the middle ear. Chronic inflammation in any part of the body is almost always accompanied by increased blood flow to the inflamed tissue. When this tissue is in the ear, some people are able to hear the increase in blood flow.
2. Eustachian-tube dysfunction. The eustachian tubes connect the middle ears to the upper throat. They open to ventilate the middle ears and equalize internal and external air pressure. For reasons that are unclear, inability of the tubes to open properly can sometimes result in pulsating tinnitus.
3. Middle-ear effusion (fluid). The middle ear is normally an air-filled space. If fluid accumulates behind the eardrum (due to infection, inflammation or eustachian-tube dysfunction), pulsating tinnitus may result. That symptom would be accompanied by decreased hearing, a sensation of pressure in the ear and in some cases, pain. It can be treated with medication (antibiotics, decongestants, nasal steroid sprays and so forth) or surgery.
4. Vascular tumors. Such tumors in the middle ear go by a variety of names, but are most commonly referred to as "glomus" tumors or "paragangliomas." They are benign (not cancerous), but due to their location and vigorous blood supply, they can be very troublesome. Treatment requires surgery.
5. Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs). AVMs are abnormal collections of arteries and veins. They sometimes occur within the cranial cavity near the auditory nerve. An AVM pulsating against the auditory nerve stimulates the nerve, resulting in a pulsating tinnitus. AVMs can occur as a result of trauma or due to abnormal development in the womb. For example, a person may be born with a small AVM that enlarges later in life. Treatment is usually surgical.
6. Carotid artery-cavernous sinus fistula. A fistula is an abnormal connection. Thus, carotid artery-cavernous sinus fistula is an abnormal connection between a very large artery and a very large "lake" of venous blood (not really a "sinus" in the sense of facial sinuses) within the cranial cavity. It is usually the result of severe head trauma. The fistula can be treated by a specialist in the field of interventional radiology.
7. Venous hum. Patients who are pregnant, are anemic or have thyroid problems may develop increased blood flow through the largest vein in the neck, the jugular vein. The jugular vein carries blood from the brain back to the heart. In so doing, it traverses the middle ear. Turbulent blood flow anywhere in the course of the jugular vein can be heard in the middle ear as a "hum" which may or may not fluctuate with the pulse. Correction or resolution of the underlying problem often results in improvement.

There are other, less common, causes of vascular tinnitus, but these are the "biggies." I recommend that you see an ear, nose and throat specialist for a comprehensive evaluation, because (as you can see from this list) many of the possible explanations are NOT trivial!"


Liiiinzee (:
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Uhm...
Heatstroke..
Drink water and stuff to calm you down.
It'll Probably be fine.

Maybe you are getting a fever.


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