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Small cotton piece stuck in ear canal, feeling dizzy, hearing loss. Will it come naturally?

Hello, I have a small piece of cotton stuck in my ear canal . I went to see an ER doctor and he said that it should naturally come out on its own. It s been 3 days since I ve seen him. I continue to be dizzy and have some hearing loss which I reported to him when i saw him. How long is this going to last/ when should I expect the cotton to come out?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said that accidentally small piece of cotton in ear canal during ear diging this leads to heard of hearing and dizzyness.In this connection I would like to explain you that piece of cotton in ear canal will block ear drum thus producing herd of hearing and may give you dizzy feel also.This piece of cotton will never come out of ear canal itself,you are now advice to consult E.N.T.specialist to remove this and proper treatment.Thanks.
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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