OOPOS, I meant Whooshers.
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Am so very glad that I read the msg. about Wooshers….. just came from that page and feel like I'm not alone with this problem. No one that I know has ever\ experienced it. All with this problem should visit Wooshers…..so relieved to know there are even some that have been cured.
I completely sympathize with you. I have had the thumping/whoosh sound for years with no relief. It comes and goes, sometimes several times a day or night. I try very hard to ignore it which isn't an easy thing to do. No doctor has been able to offer any way to relieve it and I've heard many different theories about the cause. My theory: no one knows why it happens. Mine does not coincide with my heart beat, I thought it did but aft careful testing, it clearly does not.
If you ever find a solution please come to this board and I will do the same. In the meantime I am wishing you relief.
I had surgery for this condition almost 4 years ago at the age of 78. I had confidence in my surgeon and must say that I came thru it with flying colors. I also had no support to speak of as I lived alone but did have a couple of nurse visits for about 3-3 weeks. I had my surgery done at Mayo Clinic in Rochester and can state that it was a wonderful experience. Rest assured, if you have confidence in your doctor and are at a place like Mayo you will be fine. Hope this helps your wondering.
Fri, Jan 24 9:09pm · Ascending Aortic Dilation - Ascending Aortic Aneurysm in Aortic Aneurysms
I had surgery for ascending aorta aneurysm July 2016 at 78 years old, surgery went fine, recovery went very well and it was done at Mayo in Rochester by Dr. Pochettino. Cannot praise he and his staff enough, competent, caring, the BEST!!. The size was over 5 had been followed for about 3 years.