Ears can get clogged by a buildup of wax in the ear canal. Trying to dislodge this wax with Q-tips can only make it worse. Hydrogen peroxide drops are often recommended, but consult healthcare providers for the best course of action. If your discomfort persists, it may be due to infection or injury, and making an urgent care appointment for treatment is recommended.
- Yes. Ear wax build-up is a common condition that can happen to anyone. The most common symptoms associated with extra ear wax is gradual hearing loss, vertigo and pressure or pain.
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