For the past week or two I've been experiencing what seems like my pulse in my left ear during times of high adrenaline, when my bloods pumping hard. For example during orgasm I'll hear it, it's a loud thumping in rythym with my heartbeat and it lasts for a few seconds, usually stops once I start breathing normally again.

I have generalized anxiety and I also experience it during stressful situations or when standing up super fast. It also pops sometimes when yawning for example or chewing but not in the same way, it will only pop like once.
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replied November 5th, 2018
An organic cause needs to be ruled out. The ear needs to be examined and if any infectious process or inflammation is present then it should be treated accordingly It can also be related to the anxiety however an infectious or inflammatory cost should be looked for primarily.

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