This is a list of previous Whooshers.com posts about pulsatile tinnitus sufferers whose doctors
identified, treated and fixed the causes of the whooshing. Click on the name of the condition below for a link to the
Whooshers.com overview, which provides links to medical journal case summaries and articles, personal accounts, and other
helpful information detailing how these Whooshers were relieved of their pulsatile tinnitus. They're listed in the order
in which they were mentioned on this site, so be sure to skim the entire list and go through the Whooshers.com archives section to see all relevant posts.
conditions are listed more than once, but each is an original case. Each condition is supported
by a medical institution as a possible cause of pulsatile tinnitus. In other words, I didn't make these stories up.
Anyone who tells you that there is no
cure for pulsatile tinnitus is misinformed. These cases are proof that, sometimes, there is a cure. When there
is not a cure, a remedy may still be possible that lessens the effects of pulsatile tinnitus symptoms.
This is not an exhaustive list of causes; there are many possible
causes of pulsatile tinnitus. For links to more information about some of them, please see our "Resources"
column on the homepage. And be sure to review the full selection of archived posts since this site was launched in 2009. Share and review these insights with your doctors!
As we find more cases and stories, we'll continue to post them on this page, so stay tuned.
If you or someone you know is a former Whoosher, please email
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The more we share, the more we know.
And the more we hope!