In the morning, the ear drums with the heartbeat, but it is not very serious. There is no pain in the ear. Is this tinnitus, what medicine should be used to alleviate it, and what causes it?
A 33 year old male patient's ears beat with the heartbeat in the morning. This should be a symptom of tinnitus. It is possible that the patient has diseases such as otitis media or respiratory infectious diseases at the same time. In this case, anti-inflammatory drugs and antiviral drugs need to be used according to the patient's respiratory infection.
According to the medical history you provided, if the sound of tinnitus is consistent with the heartbeat, it should be vascular tinnitus. Vascular tinnitus is a kind of tinnitus, usually caused by blood flow shock. Some tinnitus can heal by itself. If it cannot heal, it is recommended to go to the hospital for examination to rule out the possibility of hemangioma.
Have you caught a cold? Do you eat spicy food? How long has this been the case? Any further checks? Does it affect your hearing? It is considered that it may be caused by the discomfort of eustachian tube function. The symptoms are not serious. You can observe them. Chew more gum and pinch your nose and puff your breath.