Hello... I have been scouring the internet for info on this, I hope I don't sound too crazy... I started feeling a fullness in my ear a week ago, along with some occasional autophony and pulsing, as well as jarring sensations when I would move, walk, cough, etc. Went to the doc who said my ear looked fine but was concerned about the symptoms w/no visible cause, so he referred me to an ENT/neurotologist. For the days leading to that appt it remained intermittent, but once the pressure sensation returned, so did the pulsing, and it was worse w/activity. On the day of the ENT appt a hearing test showed some minor hearing deficit in that side compared to the right, and the dr who performed it said it showed there was something definitely going on in the ear. But when the main doc came in, he said my hearing was 'perfect' and started to reluctantly talk about vascular studies. However, once he found that the pressure sensation was there and the pulsing coincided with it, he immediately decided to dx me with Patulous Eustachian tube. He never looked in my ear, and gave me some Nasonex to try if it flared up again, come back in 4 weeks. Also, I should try to put my head between my knees if the pressure and pulsing got bad again. So the next morning (Sat.) it started to ramp up and I did what he said, sat down on the couch and put my head down for 30 seconds. Boom... pulsing started up nice and loud and hasn't stopped since. The original autophony is gone, I have tested making noises while 'yawning' and I can only hear a loud voice in my Right ear, not the pulsing left one. I don't hear myself swallowing or breathing in the left ear like I do the right. Just the pulsing. I do not believe it is PET. Called the ENT this am to explain the changes b/c I think it should be investigated and he said to just keep trying the Nasonex. Oh yeah, I also have ringing in that ear as well now, too. That whole side of my head feels weird, almost like some of my sensation is decreased. I think it's starting to ache but that could just be from thinking/focusing on it too much. The pulse sound isn't so much of a whoosh, but more of a gallop, like listening to a fetal heart on doppler. Pressing on my neck doesn't eliminate it but plugging my ear firmly does help. Any ideas? Is this likely PET and I'm just crazy?