Hearing management

Question
Posted by: Craig Viljoen | 2012/05/11

Q.

Wax in the ears

I''m having difficulty removing wax from my ears, particularly the left ear. I''ve had them flushed out about 6 months ago.

Expert's Reply

A.

Hearing Expert

Hi Craig!

Wax production differs from one person to the next. Maybe consider using Cerumol or Waxoll to soften the wax in both your ears, thereby aiding in the natural physiological process of wax removal. The above product/s would also soften the wax in both your ears and if after following the directions there is not much success, visit your GP for wax removal. The use of the above products as directed would also make wax removal a little easier when conducted by the GP.

Kind regards....

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Posted by: Hearing Care | 2012/05/20

Hi Craig!

Wax production differs from one person to the next. Maybe consider using Cerumol or Waxoll to soften the wax in both your ears, thereby aiding in the natural physiological process of wax removal. The above product/s would also soften the wax in both your ears and if after following the directions there is not much success, visit your GP for wax removal. The use of the above products as directed would also make wax removal a little easier when conducted by the GP.

Kind regards....

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