Swishing Noise in Ears?

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The swishing noise in your right ear could be an ear infection or it could be related to high blood pressure. It could also be your heart beat which is called pulsatile tinnitus.
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It sounds like the early onset of an ear infection of sorts. I had a somewhat similar experience and it sounded and felt like there was fluid in my ear that was sloshing all over
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Tinnitus can be caused by hearing loss, loud noise, medication, and other health problems such as allergies and tumors. Tinnitus is characterized by ringing, roaring, or buzzing in
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because the wind moving through the net goes across the ball, making a swish noise.
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Not medical advice. Please consult GP/NHS Direct: 08454647. According to BUPA, your symptoms could be Tinnitus. They say it can sound like roar of ocean. report this answer. Updated
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