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Ears feeling a little full? Unable to hear as well as you could a few days ago?
These could all be signs of earwax blockage. This is when wax builds up in your ear and hardens, making it difficult for your ear to simply self-clean the way it usually does.
Earwax is usually
Read on to find out more about the symptoms and causes of earwax blockage.
If you’re experiencing these signs, it is worth getting it checked out sooner rather than later. While you may think earwax is easy enough to deal with yourself, you need a doctor to look inside your ear first and establish that it is, in fact, earwax. These may even be symptoms of another ear condition, so the root cause needs to be investigated before you begin treatment.
To get the wax removed from the ear, you can get ear syringing or
What are the causes of earwax blockage?
Earwax is useful for us as it protects our eardrums and inner ear from any dust or other particles making their way inside. Usually, the ear rids itself of earwax itself, with a small amount at a time falling out or being washed off at the ear’s opening.
Earwax blockage occurs when an excess amount of wax is produced in our ear, or if our earwax doesn’t clear itself properly. It can then build up and end up blocking your ear canal.
Another cause of earwax that is