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I can feel my pulse in my head, is there something wrong with

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I can feel my pulse in my head, is there something wrong with me? I does not hurt and I cannot hear it. It's not fast or just bothers me.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  varun g replied 7 years ago.


How long are you suffering from this?

Are there anyother symptoms?

Are you on any medications?

Customer: replied 7 years ago.

I've had it off and on over the past few weeks. It tends to be worse in the evening. No other symptoms, I am not taking any meds and I consider myself generally healthy.

Expert:  varun g replied 7 years ago.

Hi again.

Thanks for the information.

There could be few reasons for this symptom. It could be due to some occasional irregularities in your heart beat which could present in such a way. It is also be a possible sign of hypertension.

So I would advise you to consult your doctor and undergo through investigations to find out the cause. In my opinion holter monitoring would be a good investigation in your case. It is an instrument which monitors for 24 hrs your blood pressure, heart beat, EKG and can demonstrate any abnormalities particularly when you are experiencing these symptoms.

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