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Problem in hear after wax removal

My husband was cleaning his ear with a q tip on friday and all of a sudden it felt like he pushed something into his ear. Now three days later he still has that feeling and can t really hear out of that ear. He tried wax removal drops and nothing. We were wondering if maybe he blew an eardrum or the wax went too deep into his ear. We would like to know how to remove the wax or how to cure his problem or if he should see a doctor . If he does need to see a doctor, what type of doctor should he see??
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
nothing to worry,there may be wax putting q tip wax might have gone still deep in the ear,but as there is drum wax can not go further.
If there is no pain,put wax dissolving drops for few days,it will be absorbed.
clean with cotton buds.
If you feel wax consult your family doctor and get wax removed.
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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