What Is the Thumping Noise in My Ear?

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Thumping noise in the ear can be caused by an ear problem or other conditions in your body. It sounds like a heart beat in the ear. The symptoms of thumping in the ear can be, wax in the ear, feelings of contraction of muscles in the ear and also signs of flu.
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