Hi guys! I'm hoping to gain some knowledge from y'all. I've suspected I had thyroid issues for a few years. Last year, my Endocrinologist ordered several tests. My T3 was 205 (normal range 210 to 440), my TSH was .75 (normal range 0.45 - 5.00) and my T4 was 1.3 (normal range 0.8 to 2.7). As you can see, my T3 was low and my TSH is at the very low range. Rather than be concerned about my numbers, the Dr. told me they don't mean anything and she just wanted to focus on my weight. Telling me I'm much too pretty of a girl to walk around in a body like this. I left there in tears. I also have an enlarged thyroid (goiter) that she felt and did an ultrasound on to confirm. It's larger on the right side than the left. In the fall, around the same time, my right ear became blocked. I went to my ENT in March and had a hearing test done. It showed hearing loss in that ear. In April, I began hearing this whoosing sound. Actually, it took me a few weeks to sort out it was in my ear and not in sounds around me. I also have this pulsing sound in my ear. The pulsing is constant, whether I'm laying down, sitting, watching TV...it's always there. My question is could there be a relation between Thyroid issues or a goiter and Pulsatile Tinnitus? If so, what direction do I begin...ENT or Endocrinologist?