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What best way to removing thick waxes in my infection ear without using q-tips?  I'm terrify to using q-tips. I might to see the doctor to checking my infection ear and maybe cleaning it out...


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yep go see a doctor to clean it professionaly . after that you can ask him how to do that . sometimes they reccomend  kind of spray that dissolves the wax and poors down your ear 

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Use the kits at the pharmacy, I had swimmers ear twice ( going to deep and water gets under the ear wax making it hard to hear if I'm correct )when I swam competitively and those always worked for me. 


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4 minutes ago, JoshB2084 said:

What best way to removing thick waxes in my infection ear without using q-tips?  I'm terrify to using q-tips. I might to see the doctor to checking my infection ear and maybe cleaning it out...

 

1 minute ago, Cazan said:

yep go see a doctor to clean it professionaly . after that you can ask him how to do that . sometimes they reccomend  kind of spray that dissolves the wax and poors down your ear 

 

oh and once i got a mosquito in my ear and had to go to a doctor remove it lol he also clean my ear, but the was is was kept the mosquito from going deeper in my ear. that's why we have wax there... goo see the doctor and ask some questions about ear wax ^^ 

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10 minutes ago, Eduard the weeb said:

Use the kits at the pharmacy, I had swimmers ear twice ( going to deep and water gets under the ear wax making it hard to hear if I'm correct )when I swam competitively and those always worked for me. 

 

I  have cerebral palsy. Using the kits might a bad idea for me... 


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3 minutes ago, JoshB2084 said:

 

I  have cerebral palsy. Using the kits might a bad idea for me... 

sorry didn't know :S


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Never use Q-tips to clean your ears. It even says on the packaging to not stick them in your ears. Basically all you're really doing is pushing the ear wax back in. And since people tend to just keep sticking them in until they hit something, they risk the chance of damaging their ear drums.

 


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7 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Never use Q-tips to clean your ears. It even says on the packaging to not stick them in your ears. Basically all you're really doing is pushing the ear wax back in. And since people tend to just keep sticking them in until they hit something, they risk the chance of damaging their ear drums.

 

 

Totally agrees with this!


@Eduard the weeb it's okay... Best way is the Doctor, right?


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5 minutes ago, JoshB2084 said:

 

Totally agrees with this!


@Eduard the weeb it's okay... Best way is the Doctor, right?

yeah best way doctor 


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Make a appointment for Doctor now, thanks everyone.

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My mostly deaf ear is now really itchy and dischargey with nothing infected though, so I just shove Q tips into it without a care in the world. Stupid broken ear.

 

Already had it checked annually for a long time. No sign of outer ear problems or damage, all inner ear issues that can't be fixed, other than having hearing aids or getting cochlear implants which I don't want.


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get some Debrox, stuff works wonders


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Its funny because I just used Q-tips to clear out mine, but I should start using Equate Ear Wax Removal Aid. I always tend to have lots of buildup, like after my ski trip, I had loads of ear wax that I used Q-tips and had to use 2 ends. Sometimes I like to dip them in warm water, but I am very careful.

 

Only method is ear drops to soften the crud in the ear canal, then wash it out. There are kits for that.

 

 

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Or you could try these below O.o

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For me when I have ear issues usually a damp warm cloth around my ear works, other options are out there like mineral oil, but if you believe it's a infection a doctor is always best :)

 

16 minutes ago, Canada EH said:

Or you could try these below O.o

j/k

That still could push the wax in initially... Tho that machine looks like it would tickle the hairs in the ear, depending how sensitive your ears are to such things might cause a awkward laugh, or something a little more *ahem* personal... Yea, she's enjoying that thing a little too much...

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43 minutes ago, Egg-Roll said:

Yea, she's enjoying that thing a little too much...

Not just ear pleasure ;)


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48 minutes ago, Egg-Roll said:

For me when I have ear issues usually a damp warm cloth around my ear works, other options are out there like mineral oil, but if you believe it's a infection a doctor is always best :)

 

That still could push the wax in initially... Tho that machine looks like it would tickle the hairs in the ear, depending how sensitive your ears are to such things might cause a awkward laugh, or something a little more *ahem* personal... Yea, she's enjoying that thing a little too much...

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1 minute ago, tmcclelland455 said:

Hey man, sometimes you just can't judge people based off their kinks... Even though some of them are pretty damn freaky...

I ain't judging :P I fear where that thing might go afterwards tho... Hence I think I'll buy my own and lock it away so she can't touch it :)

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6 hours ago, Egg-Roll said:

Tho that machine looks like it would tickle the hairs in the ear, depending how sensitive your ears are to such things might cause a awkward laugh, or something a little more *ahem* personal... Yea, she's enjoying that thing a little too much...

my wife ended up with one of those somehow.  it felt..weird..and didnt actually do anything


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Bad news: I have a eardrum ruptured.

Some good news: heal in a few weeks.

 

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3 hours ago, JoshB2084 said:

Bad news: I have a eardrum ruptured.

How did that happen?


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32 minutes ago, Canada EH said:

How did that happen?

 

Last Thursday night, I slept in my bed, I felt like I fell off my bed then my right ear POP painfully.. 


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I use Peroxide which is what my mom's doctor recommended. Just dont do it too often as it can dry out the ear. Though if your ear is infected, it might hurt like a bitch going in, so Im not sure Id recommend it. 

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On 2/13/2018 at 12:44 PM, JoshB2084 said:

What best way to removing thick waxes in my infection ear without using q-tips?  I'm terrify to using q-tips. I might to see the doctor to checking my infection ear and maybe cleaning it out...

I didn't know I had ear wax problems till I went to see a doctor for a checkup before a surgery. She checked my ear and said that I have a lot of ear wax in one ear. She asked if it ever affected my hearing and I said no... till she made a rubbing skin sound with her hands for each ear and asked if I can hear it correctly. My heart sunk in when I noticed the difference in hearing (I always had good hearing before this test). I still said I can hear it perfectly and saved this discussion for my primary doctor for the next time I see him. My doctor suggested a few drops of Hydrogen Peroxide and to wash it out, but I found this kid on Amazon. Basically, when I step out the shower, I drip a few drops of that thing in my wet ears, then suck it out with that suction bottle (everything is gentle). Then I clean the bottle by suctioning water into it and out of it. Then I use the same bottle to spray water into my ear and let it wash out the oily residue from the chemical. This cleans my ear fully. As a last resort, I take a 1/4 piece of paper tower, roll it up into a tube thing like a quetip, and dry out my ear. Hope this helps, and the kit is cheap. I do it twice a month or so.

I also don't follow the described instructions, and basically drip the bottle into my ears that are already wet, and use the bottle to suck out the water.

 

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