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Earwax blockage Symptoms

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Causes
... The wax in your ear is secreted by glands in the skin that lines your ear canal. The wax and tiny hairs in this passage trap dust and other foreign particles that could damage deeper structures, such ...
Source: MayoClinic

When to seek medical advice
... There''s no way to know if you have excessive earwax without having your doctor look into your ears. Having signs and symptoms such as earache or decreased hearing doesn''t necessarily mean you have w...
Source: MayoClinic

Earwax blockage Treatment

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Treatment
... Your doctor can remove excess wax using a small, curved instrument called a curette. Your doctor can also flush out the wax using a water pick or a rubber-bulb syringe filled with warm water. If earwa...
Source: MayoClinic

Self-care
... If your eardrum does not contain a tube or have a hole in it, these self-care measures may help you remove excess earwax that is blocking your ear canal: Soften the wax. Use an eyedropper to apply a f...
Source: MayoClinic

Earwax blockage Other

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Overview
... Earwax (cerumen) is part of your body''s natural defenses. It protects your ear canal by trapping dirt and slowing the growth of bacteria. At times, however, too much earwax may accumulate and become ...
Source: MayoClinic

   

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