If something is stuck in your ear, it can be painful. It can also be dangerous as it can cause hearing loss, bleeding, infection and even damage to the eardrum.
Babies and young children are known to put small objects in their ears like candy, beans, and rocks, and insects like cockroaches, moths, and flies are also known to crawl into the ears of adults and kids.
Regardless of what’s in the ear, it’s important to get it out as quickly as possible. Here are some important steps to follow:
- Try to see if the object will fall out simply by tilting your head.
- If you can see the object in the ear and think you can remove it easily, carefully pull it out with a pair of tweezers. Be careful not to push it in deeper, and don’t poke at the ear or try to remove the object by force. The ear canal is very sensitive, and this could be painful.
- If it is a live insect, kill it before you try to remove it. Put a few drops of warm (not hot) baby oil or vegetable oil in the ear. Please tilt and gently shake head to dislodge the bug. Don't use this method for anything other than an insect.
- If you’re sure the eardrum isnIf you can’t easily remove the object by yourself or if parts of it remain in your ear, you should see a doctor immediately!’t injured and doesn’t have tubes in their ear, try washing the object out with a little warm water.
That's how important it is to check and clean your ears regularly.
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