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My wife is 25 years old and recently I have noticed clock ticking like Sound coming from her head. This happens only when she changes positions of sleep for like 2 seconds and only when she is really asleep. If she is little bit conscious while changing her position of sleep, no sound comes. She is completely unaware of it as she is asleep. It's very disturbing as I can't sleep if I hear any weird sound of slightest frequency. It's not snoring, it's non vocal. Should I be worried?

2 Doctors Answered
DEAR get vitamin b12test first and revert me.
It's called objective tinnitus (pulsatile in nature). It can be due to various causes. Suggestion is without wasting time get MRI scan and angiogram of heart .Consult with Head and neck surgeon near by your place and cardiologist. If tht comes normal then all other causes are not serious. Don't waste time please to get this done.
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