Common Causes Of Pulsatile Tinnitus

Irregular Blood Vessels

The presence of irregular blood vessels, which occurs when blood starts to flow through vessels that have become damaged or twisted for some reason, can result in pulsatile tinnitus. The damaged blood vessels will typically be located near the ear or within the brain. When these blood vessels have been damaged, patients will experience a change in the noise and pressure that occurs with their blood flow. It's also possible for certain veins and arteries in the neck to cause this sound. If individuals believe a damaged blood vessel may be the cause of their pulsatile tinnitus, it's important to have this problem checked immediately. The issue with damaged blood vessels is they can weaken blood flow in the body and possibly rupture in certain situations. Both of these problems can make for severe complications, which is why early treatment is highly recommended.

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