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How To Remove Ear Wax at Home (aka Impacted Cerumen)

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Published on Jul 2, 2013

How to remove ear wax at home. Options include softening drops (debrox, hydrogen peroxide), shower water, irrigation, curette. Avoid Q tips, they'll make it worse!

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This video quickly describes what ear wax is and then outlines how you can easily treat it at home. Save yourself money and unnecessary trips to the doctors office.

Ear drops to soften the wax
Tilt your ear into the plane of the shower water
Get a spray bottle with a special nozzle

Impacted ear wax aka cerumen in your ear canal can cause ear pain, hearing loss. It can present as plugged, ringing, fullness, draining, itching, decreased hearing. You can clean it out with water, debrox, hydrogen peroxide, irrigation, lavage, or flush,

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