Our expert says:
You may be describing a very specific tinnitus called Pulsatile Tinnitus. In these cases it would be worth your while to see an ENT, as a clear cause is usually is mostly identified. An ENT will most likely request an Audiogram, some bloodtests, and possibly a Scan of the inner ear.
The fact is that your GP as checked for the most basic problems, and has excluded that. You now require more special investigations to get to the bottom of your problem.
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