pulse in left ear when phone is to right ear

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I have got tinnitus in both ears and I'm going deaf , I have seen a consultant recently and he explained all about the tinnitus and what the future holds for me but one thing he couldn't explain is the pulse I get in my left ear , it only happens when I'm on the phone and holding it to my right ear , for instance , if I'm placed on hold and there's music playing then I get this annoying pulse in my left ear , does anyone have any ideas as to what it might be . 

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    Hi Kopite,

    I'm so sorry to learn of your ear trouble. The pulsating in my opinion is normally doing to a muscle jumping. You know how you might get a twitch from time to time in your hand, fingers, leg, cheek, etc.. Even hiccups, which is a muscle twitch around your stomach?

    Pulsating can be a muscle jumping in your ear, they are no different. When I had it, I got it in rooms with many people and conversations were going on. Was always my right ear. When I put tissue paper in my air for the length of time I was there, the pulsating stopped. Maybe worth a try.

    I'm so sorry for your ear trouble.

    I tend to try and avoid taking salt in my food, less alcohol and no caffeine. Maybe worth a try.

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    Hi and sorry to hear about your situation with tinnitus and the phone. My advise do not bring the phone to the ear...put the phone on speaker, that is what I do cause I cant stand the phone to my ear either. And to that matter I protect my ear from high volumen, people speaking loud next to me and loud tvs and radios. I have been also doing the Healing Codes...you might want to read about it and see if it might help some how...its a little hope. Otherwise wise feel your heart with love and see how you can help others...it make you feel good
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