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In ideal situations, the ear canal should not need to be cleaned as cerumen (earwax) acts as a self cleaning and lubricating agent in the healthy...Upvote (3) Downvote Go to answer
Water in your ear canal will most often dry up on it's own. Putting a few drops of alcohol in the ear canal may help to speed up this process. ...Upvote (2) Downvote Go to answer
In my experience custom solutions work far better for most people than off the shelf solutions. Sure the initial investment is a little higher but...Upvote (1) Downvote Go to answer
It is safe, and an effective way to remove earwax from the ear canals, provided that you do not have a perforated eardrum. I would also recommend...Upvote (1) Downvote Go to answer
(Note: This advice is for information only, and you should see an audiologist, otolaryngologist and/or your primary physician for appropriate...Upvote Downvote Go to answer
You should absolutely make an appointment to see an audiologist, but make sure you find one that is associated with an ear, nose and throat...Upvote Downvote Go to answer