21 February 2017

Earwax Removal from Dr. Paul

It takes awhile to get to the good stuff, but there is a payoff toward the end.
*High Five*

YT Poster: paulthomasmd
Run Time: 4:52

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4 comments

  • Both of you are wrong! A q-tip would just push the wax further into the ear canal. Also, everyone produces ear wax. It has nothing to do with hygiene. Some people just produce too much.

  • Don’t forget, not everyone produces the same kind of ear wax. (http://udel.edu/~mcdonald/mythearwax.html)
    Humidity, environment (airborne fungus, bacteria, etc), season, if you’ve travelled, and things like hair type, whether you wear a hat, and many others affect the wax in your ears.
    I was a very wax-heavy kid and had to have my wax cleaned out at least once a year when an infection would set in.
    As an adult, it varies greatly. My ears are very wet inside and when the wax production is high, I can get out chunks just by twirling in a cotton swab.
    Everybody gets wax.

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