Itchy wax ears, clogged ears, had bronchitis. On antipyrine. What now?
about 6 months ago started getting itchy wax ears, then noticed clogging when woke up in left ear, then had bronchitis severe, cleared up with a cough , then woke up about 4 days ago with clogged left ear, than right ear, couldnt hear much, then had ent clean out wax to painful accomplished right...
Recurring earwax buildup in the ear. Permanent solution?
Boyfriend has been having ear issues for a few months now, he s been on antibiotics and ear drops, nothing seems to work. he s had previous earwax buildup problems which were taken care of via warm olive oil and warm water rinses with a soft bulb. After the ear infections happened, we started...
I have dry ear wax and I have to go to the doctor to get my ears cleaned because my ears get clogged. Will ear drops prevent clogging when used weekly?
Nature has set its own protocol to clear ear wax. Clogging is least seen and occurs especially when one tries to manipulate the clearing mechanism. Anyway, you can try wax solving agents whenever you feel blocked ears.
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My sons ear hurts he had a cold last week
Is this an ear infection ? But he has no fever
He also plays alot of video games with head phones can that be it?Thx
Welcome to HCM.
Some children do have ear pain when they suffer from cold, but we cannot rule out other causes like wax impaction, foreign body in the ear which is very common among children. Ear infection is usually associated with some foul smelling discharge from the ear. Look for it. I suggest you show your son to your GP for an ear examination to rule out infection. Thanks
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