When you saw the doctor, did they take your blood pressure when you were lying down, then sitting, then standing up?
There's something called positional headaches, or othostatic headaches. These happen often because your blood pressure changes quickly, often spiking, when you rise.
The whooshing sound can be something called Pulsatile Tinnitis, which can also be caused by high blood pressure. If your blood pressure is spiking when you stand, that could account for the whoosing sound.
There's also something called ice pick headaches - https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317234 That might also be a fit.
Have you seen a neurologist? That should be your next step. Let us know how you are, and I'm sorry you're going through this. Headaches suck.