Originally Posted by Spinny318
Just got back from my neurologist with a new symptom that has developed over the last 4 weeks. It's worrisome when your neurologist says that a symptom is weird. Every time I look quickly to the left or right, whether or not I move my head I get a very weird "wha wha wha" sensation in my ears. Im NOT dizzy or nauseated. It's especially noticeable when in a room with white noise -- the white noise cuts in and out quickly 3-4 times with the whooshing sound. It happens constantly. She has me scheduled for an MRA and I just set up an appoint with an ENT. Anyone ever heard of something like this? She's calling this a type of tinnitus for lack of a better diagnosis for now. It's VERY disconcerting. I gave it a couple of weeks before seeking medical help but it seems to be the same if not worse. BTW I'm seeing the neurologist for migraines and chronic daily headaches. I'm wondering if its medication related. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
So I get the wha wha wha sound when turning my head or eyes left or right. I can produce the sound at will. I've had this before and it cleared up. But now it's back.
I am trying to stay hydrated just in case it's that. I'm trying to describe it as accurate as possible so when I see my doc (oncologist, since I have myeloma) she won't think I'm a nutcase.
One thing I did do recently was reduce taking Lorazapram to almost nothing. I did see that a lot of people hearing sounds are lowering the dose of that type of anti-anxiety drug. But when I had this 3 years ago, I was taking this type of drug.
So I'm seeking out folks who might have the same symptoms. The wha wha wha description is that best I've read so far.