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Warm water lavage (irrigation) is safe at virtually any age, but unless you plan on getting very, very wet, the child should be old enough to...
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Dermatologist, plastic surgeons, and certain ENT doctors who are aesthetically trained can inject dermal fillers into the earlobes to create more...
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Some factors that increase the risk for middle ear infection (acute otitis media) are out of your control. These include:Age. Children ages 3 years...
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Ear candling is a procedure where a lighted candle is inserted into the ear.
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As long as the ear plugs are well fitted to your ears, you should be fine. You obviously don't want them to be able to get inside the ear canal...
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You only need to clean (with a wash cloth) what you can see. The use of Q-tips is not needed or necessary. Earwax (cerumen), while it may have a...
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Hi Start with the ringing, well that could be tinnitus, have a look on www.earthclnic.com its all natural stuff, you may find some help there.if you...
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Yes, it is not uncommon to have an allergic reaction to the medications used for swimmer's ear. The Neosporin part is usually the culprit. Please...
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Itchy ears can drive a person crazy. It can be the first sign of an infection, but if the problem is chronic, it is more likely caused by a chronic...
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Your ear buds may be irritating your ears. It sounds like they are too big for your ears. I had this problem growing up from my hearing aids. The...
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I think that product is close to worthless. It may remove a tiny amount of water, but so can tilting your head. It does not have the suction to...
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It is often said that you should never put anything in your ear that is smaller than your elbow. The main reason to avoid blindly putting something...
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If specifically prescribed by your medical provider, some ophthalmic solutions can be used in the ears (assuming the person does not have tubes)...