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Wax accumulation in the ear, itching and mild pain, no regular pain. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi.
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query.
Doctor :   Good evening.
User :   Hi, Gud Eveing Doctor
User :   I have some wax accumulations in the ear, some time itching have mild pain
User :   can u give some guidence
Doctor :   Ok since when you have this problem.
User :   Quite some time, but some time it pains mildly
User :   not regularly
Doctor :   Ok there are methods to remove it or clean it.
Doctor :   You may also have to use antibiotic drops.
User :   Once it comes, it may stay one or two days again will be normal
Doctor :   Analgesic medicines for pain.
Doctor :   You need to get your ear examined.
User :   ok, I need to show a ENT specialist
Doctor :   Yes, you need to consult once.
Doctor :   They will be equipped to see your ears clearly and also to remove it.
User :   would u prescibe any specific drops that can be used ?
Doctor :   I would suggest you to use antibiotic drops.
User :   ok
Doctor :   Yes that is good.
User :   Thatz all, doctor, will find convinient time and visit an ENT specialist and proceed as per his instruction
Doctor :   Is there any thing else i may assist you.
User :   Thank U Doctor
User :   Thats all
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me.
ser : Thank U
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