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  1. #1 I can hear my own eyeballs 
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    DOCTORS were baffled when Stephen Mabbutt told them: "I can hear my eyeballs moving."

    But they finally diagnosed a rare ear condition in which sounds INSIDE the body are heard very loudly.

    Stephen, 57, could also hear his heart beating - and when he chewed food the noise was deafening to him.

    The dad of two was experiencing autophony - one of the symptoms of superior canal dehiscence syndrome. The bizarre illness was unknown until ten years ago. ...
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    That must be so annoying. :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by bijou View Post
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    That must be so annoying. :(
    Wow, I read the article and it didn't say if there's any way that they can help the poor guy.
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    I can hear my own eyeballs, too, when I've had waaaay too much to drink.
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