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Fluttering in ear, blood stains in the ear bud. Listening to songs on ear phone. Should be concerned ?

since few days I m listening songs in my earphone continuously, bt. yesterday I felt sm blockage, and then I stopped listening song, nw I m feeling sm kind of fluttering in my ear and then I used ear buds and I realised sm blood stains on tht, it was small but I m worried... plz suggest if I can do anything myself anything as first aid treatment !
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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You must stop listening to music through the earphones for some time now, may be for next 5 days.

Please do not try to put a twissor and meddle with the ear canal. You may clean the outside of it with a cotton swab.

Cover your ears with cotton plugs. If the bloodstains persist even after a day, please get examined by an ENT specialist.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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