Earwax Blockage

Earwax blockage is when the body produces too much earwax or when existing earwax has been pushed deep inside the ear canal, ultimately blocking it.

Earwax blockages commonly occur when people try to clean their ears on their own by placing cotton swabs or other items in their ears. This often just pushes wax deeper into the ear, rather than removing it.
  • Symptoms
  • Ear pressure

    common

    Ringing in ears

    • Both ears, One ear

    common

    Difficulty hearing

    common

    Ear pain

    common

    Ear canal is itchy

    or Liquid coming out of ear

    Dizziness

    Cough with mucus or without mucus

  • Risk factors
  • Having objects inside ear canal

  • Treatment
  • These self-care measures may help you remove earwax that's blocking your ear canal: 1-Soften the wax. 2-Use warm water. 3-When finished, gently dry your outer ear with a towel or hand-held dryer. Your doctor can remove excess wax using a small, curved instrument called a curet or by using suction while inspecting the ear. Your doctor can also flush out the wax using a water pick or a rubber-bulb syringe filled with warm water. If earwax buildup is a recurring problem, your doctor may recommend that you use a wax-removal medications.
  • Recommended specialist
  • If you have Earwax Blockage, then a visit to an ENT specialist is highly recommended.

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