My daughter had her wisdom teeth removed a week and a half ago. Six hours after we brought her home, she had two syncoplo episode with ten minutes of each other and vomited all over. I took her Blood ...
I am 32 years and I have hypertension. last year I weaned myself off of the prescription Lisonopril. I was recommended to take 20 mg of this medication however I had a severe ...
I have been having pressure in my ears when i get up and throbs like a heart beat it goes away with no pain.?
It doesnt happen every day but it has happened often and i was wondering if i could be a sign of high blood pressure though i have been told there realy are no signs for high blood pressure. Any help would be appreciated.
if it's just in your eares and there's no beating in your chest/shortness of breath, etc. it sounds like you could be feeling a little sinus pressure (it's worse when you wake up?) I have constant sinus infections and it always messes with my ears....
Oddly enough, it can also be low blood pressure. Upon standing, you get that "whoo, whoo" sensation in your ears which goes away if you bend over and get your head lower than your heart.
I have vertigo and have pressure problems in my inner ear so it could be vestibular disorder growing dear.
It could be a sign of high blood pressure yes.it can also be a head cold or sinus.None of these will hurt you except the blood pressure,so if you don,t have a cold,and no sinus ,then try to check your blood pressure with a nearby doc or clinic.High blood pressure runs in families,and it is nothing to play with.Go get checked.
Your carotid arteries pass close by your ears internally, and when you stand up, it is not unusual to hear a 'roaring' kind of pulsing noise as your blood pressure and heart rate change from standing.
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a silent killer, and is usually without symptoms until a stroke hits. If you think you may have high blood pressure, it would be a good idea to go to your doctor and get a physical done (and have your ears checked). While you are there, get your cholesterol, blood sugar levels and weight checked too.
no. that is caused by this...
the AIR pressure in side of your ear stays the same ,while the air pressure out side of your ears goes up or down.