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Brown thick smelly ear wax, bleeding from ears. History of HIV, HPV. Treatment?

I have had ear infections since little and for a few years iv had in my left ear a constint drain of brown thick smelly ear wax and my right ear normal today i clend my left ear and a little blood came out i have been smoking meth .weed.and might have hiv and hpv from girlfreaind and sifillis i dont eat healthy food and drink a lot of beet an soda should i worry an why the blood anf brownd wax in only one ear help me please
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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It is possible to have the symptoms in just one ear many a times.

You may have a fungal infection in the left ear with secondary bacterial infection causing bleeding.

The infection is common in immune deficient state like HIV positive status.

Please get your left ear looked into by an ENT specialist.

I wish you speedy recovery.

Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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