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PostSubject: Whooshers.com   Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:28 pm

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Whooshers.com is an online forum and information center for sufferers of pulsatile tinnitus, a rare form of tinnitus and a symptom of an underlying condition.

We hear a constant and rhythmic whooshing, swooshing, pulsing, pulsating, clicking or other sound that is in sync with our heartbeat. Pulsatile tinnitus is not a condition; it is a symptom of an underlying condition. The list of possible underlying conditions is long and is not isolated to one medical speciality.

Pulsatile tinnitus is not the same as regular, nonpulsatile tinnitus. Most of us do NOT hear a ringing sound. Unlike the "regular," more common form of tinnitus, pulsatile tinnitus can sometimes be remedied (some doctors even use the word CURED) when the underlying cause is identified.www.whooshers.com

This site isn't intended to provide medical advice, but you'll find:

Links to articles about other whooshers and their paths toward proper diagnosis.
Links to medical Web sites with information about pulsatile tinnitus and explanations of possible causes.
Tips from other whooshers about how they cope with the constant heartbeat sound, day and night.
Support from people who understand what you're going through.

It's definitely worth a look and has lots of information that would be extremely helpful to you.Go to Whooshers.com
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