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Earwax, also known by the medical term cerumen, is a yellowish, waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans and many other mammals. It plays an important role in the human ear canal, assisting in cleaning and lubrication, and also provides some protection from bacteria, fungi, and insects. Excess or impacted cerumen can press against the eardrum and/or occlude the external auditory canal and impair hearing.

There are several suggested home remedies for ear wax removal, but some of them are quite dangerous. Follow my instructions for a safe and effective ear wax removal. Ear wax is produced by glands in the ear canal and it\'s job is to clean, moisten and protect the canal. Usually, ear wax is produced in small quantities and emerges naturally from the ear. If wax is produced in larger than normal quantities, it may cause a blockage with feeling of blockage, itchiness and sometimes hearing loss. Since the ear canal is a self-cleansing organ, under normal circumstances it needs no special attention. If you have a need for cleaning the ear canal regularly, use a sea water ear-spray daily.

What problems can ear wax cause?


Ear wax can cause hearing loss, pain, and cough. Hearing loss occurs when wax completely blocks the ear canal. This prevents sound waves from easily reaching the ear drum, in exactly the same way that ear plugs (or a strategically-positioned finger) block sound. Even a small amount of wax, if wedged between the ear drum and the ear canal wall, reduces the ability of the ear drum to conduct sound.

Method -  How to remove earwax

One of the safest ways to remove excessive earwax, especially if you are nervous about doing it yourself, is by seeing your doctor. Your doctor will be able to tell you whether or not you have excessive earwax, and can use a method of clearing the ear canal of excessive earwax. Your doctor will perform a simple procedure that allows you to relax as your excessive earwax is removed. Doctors use a special solution that will break up earwax. They will flush the ears with this solution, and then you will simply tilt your head to drain the solution and the excessive earwax. This is a great way to make sure that your earwax is removed safely, and can help with any hearing problems that you may have due to the excessive earwax.

Safe Ear Wax Removal

Some doctors use pressurized water to remove deep wax. If the doctor is experienced, it might be okay to use the pressurized water. It is better to use a wire loop under a strong headlamp to remove the wax gently. Or, vacuum the ear with light suction. Either way, the doctor should always view the cleaning area with a strong light. Of course, it is best to discuss different ways with your doctor.

What can go wrong with ear wax ?

   1. Wax can plug up the ear, causing hearing to be reduced, and a full feeling in the ear
   2. Wax can trap bacteria in the ear, leading to infection. This is usually painful or at least itchy.
   3. Ear wax can obscure vision when the doctor looks in your ears, possibly hiding a dangerous process

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How to remove earwax

Some people form very hard wax, which can cause pain by putting pressure on sensitive ear canal walls. Finally, since the ear canal shares some of the same nerves which give sensation to the throat, ear wax can provoke a "tickle in the throat" which can then lead to cough.

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