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I really can't answer that question since I did not see this "stone-like" thing, but it may simply be a stone formed of dry ear wax. I...
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Hi Just try some warm olive oil twice daily till it moves, the olive oil will help soften it and should with luck dissolve it, your know when its...
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I get this. I hate when I can't pop my ears. What my mom has always taught me is to have someone cover your ears pushing pretty hard not just a...
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As a psychiatric-mental health nurse, I would consider seeing a psychiatrist. It could possibly still be hallucinations. The sooner medications...
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Hi Have you tried squeezing you nose and building up the pressure in you head, this is the way most of us do that.Good Luck
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Persistent fluid in the ears....longer than three months.....may be an indication for tubes since this can interfere with hearing, predispose to...
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I obviously cannot see into your ear across cyberspace or conclusively interpret what your doctor called "bubbles", but he may have been...
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Not enough information.....First, what KIND of eardrop? Second, you should never clean out your ear with a Q-tip. Earwax is a beneficial, protective...
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The positive test may just be a relapse from her previous mono infection. She may need to have an EBV titer -- a more sensitive mono test that will...
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Hi Your question is a hard one to answer, have you taken this up with the navy yet? would be your best place to start, the real problem is going be...
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Hi This part below is from WebMD Ears. If your pooch is shaking his head, tilting it to the side, or scratching incessantly at an ear, this...
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Hi The ringing of bells in your ear could be tinnitus, best see your doctor for tests.Good Luck
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The best way to clear mucous from your nose is to first, liquefy (use saline nasal spray), and then gently blow your nose --- one side at a time, by...
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You may have scratched the sensitive skin lining of the ear canal by using that bobby pin (Please, don't ever do this again!). Now, you may have...
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Based on what you have shared, it is clear that you need to see a medical provider so that you can be properly examined, diagnosed, and treated.
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