Has anyone had this experience, pulsing in one ear but only after a glass of wine or beer. I am not talking about a lot of alcohol just one glass or one beer. Doesn't seem to relate to heartbeat or pulse,or elevated blood pressure. I have been on blood pressure medicine for a couple of years. I have been to a ent who couldn't find anything wrong. It usually last anywhere from 45 minutes to a hour. If I stick my finger in my ear it stops. Don't have it any other time. This is something that has just started in the last two months. Doesn't keep me awake at night and is only present after a glass of wine or beer. I am going to my cardiologist Monday. I am a walker and otherwise in good health.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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