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    tenderloinus posted:
    got swooshing and shrk shrk shrk sound in my right ear on 26 august 2016 when wake up in the morning and it freaked me out. on 27 august 2016 the sound become like wind blowing following my heart rate pulse and its pulsatile tinnitus and i couldnt sleep well. the sound only can be heard in silent room. on 28 august 2016 the sound getting better and i just realised i had a bit flu and sore throat and have many mucus in my nose and i didnt blow it out. so on 28 august i tried to blow it out and on 29th august the sound was gone. so in conclusion i think the sound is because of the sinus. Try to throw out all your mucus as much as you can.


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