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Posted 14th JunEdited by:"devinn"
Tilt head and gently squeeze 2 to 3 drops into ear without touching the ear with the end of the dropper
Leave for a few minutes and then wipe surplus with tissue
Wash hands after use
Repeat once or twice daily, if necessary, for approximately 14 days while symptoms clear.
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Suspect I may also have a problem with excess wax which is impeding my hearing. The wife is constantly saying "did you not hear me......".
Infiltrator14/06/2020 19:02

Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax …Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax removed a number of times by the local A&E nurse by syringing, both manual and electric. Local A&E no longer do this and they referred me to my local ENT at the hospital. Syringing is no longer recommended by NHS and they now use a micro vacuum, seems very effective.i did notice one of the opticians who offer hearing aids can now remove wax but no idea what they use


I’ve had the micro vacuum suction privately. GP takes too long and it was only £60. Sounds horrendous while they are doing it, but certainly did the trick.

I was advised to put cotton wool in my ears when I shower as water getting in the ears can cause wax to build up faster. Might help someone
LOUGHBORO.GUY14/06/2020 18:50

I’ve got stubborn wax does this remove it ?


You can put 2 TBS olive oil in pan on lowest heat, add 2 whole garlic cloves (skin removed) stir it for few minutes and once garlic starts turning gold switch off the heat. Allow it to cool it down. Take the garlic out, Use the oil whenever you have to, you don't need to warm up again. Most probably was will come forward and you should be able to clean it with ear buds.

My little one had hearings problem and he didn't let ENT doctors to let touch his ear so this remedy worked and removed pea sized wax without anything.
Edited by: "bbleo211180" 14th Jun
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Can I not use normal cooking oil (happens to be olive oil)
I usually use olive oil then go and see the nurse at the local clinic.
Any olive oil is just fine. This is the same but with a handy dropper on the end.
I’ve got stubborn wax does this remove it ?
Does wax come out on your pillow while you sleep after this ?
Sodium bicarbonate drops are the best thing(to keep details at a minimum(lol) ) Tried oil and didn’t work.
Had this didnt like it. Salt water is the best. And you can use regular olive oil
If i knew this would help my right ear id give it a go. Continuing ringing ramdom dizzy spells. Hearing loss not great tried everything the last few years
Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax removed a number of times by the local A&E nurse by syringing, both manual and electric. Local A&E no longer do this and they referred me to my local ENT at the hospital. Syringing is no longer recommended by NHS and they now use a micro vacuum, seems very effective.

i did notice one of the opticians who offer hearing aids can now remove wax but no idea what they use
Not had vacuuming like mentioned above. However, I use an electric, water tooth pick at home to clear my ears myself. Works exactly the same way as how they'd syringe your ears.
Infiltrator14/06/2020 19:02

Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax …Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax removed a number of times by the local A&E nurse by syringing, both manual and electric. Local A&E no longer do this and they referred me to my local ENT at the hospital. Syringing is no longer recommended by NHS and they now use a micro vacuum, seems very effective.i did notice one of the opticians who offer hearing aids can now remove wax but no idea what they use


I’ve had the micro vacuum suction privately. GP takes too long and it was only £60. Sounds horrendous while they are doing it, but certainly did the trick.

I was advised to put cotton wool in my ears when I shower as water getting in the ears can cause wax to build up faster. Might help someone
I’ve used one of those plastic syringes from Amazon. Took 20-30 goes with warm water but eventually cleared my ears of a lot of wax.
P.s. While at ENT getting the wax removed they also did a hearing test which identified a dip in my hearing at the higher frequency range, good to know as I've always had issues trying to filter conversations in loud pubs, etc. Nothing they can do for this at the moment but helpful to know. I also had some 'shower plugs' custom made for my ears to keep water out. All F.O.C. and very friendly staff
I used to work at Boots and the hearing care were super helpful with an unexpected wax build up.

Asked me to do the drop in ear thing for 5 days straight, then used the new vacuum procedure to remove it in a totally pain free thing that took less then 10 second to actually do, it just felt like my ear was being tickled.
Good deal. Any old olive oil and a dropper will do but this is really cheap so makes sense. Good luck trying to get your ears syringed right now though! I have to get mine done every so often. I strongly advise what andrewp says above - put cotton wool in your ears before showering/washing hair - I thought of this myself a while back and it has saved me from having to go to GP for a good while now. In fact my ears have never been so good - I know exactly when I am losing a bit of hearing. Really DO NOT stick your fingers in your ears if you can help it - I'm guilty myself but you may get an ear infection which is much worse - I have been there and its not good!

If you are lucky this stuff will cause wax to fall out. If you are unlucky - like me - it will help loosen things but you may still need your ears syringed etc. Apparently its worse if you have small ears like me!
Edited by: "JimDiGriz" 14th Jun
Infiltrator14/06/2020 19:23

P.s. While at ENT getting the wax removed they also did a hearing test …P.s. While at ENT getting the wax removed they also did a hearing test which identified a dip in my hearing at the higher frequency range, good to know as I've always had issues trying to filter conversations in loud pubs, etc. Nothing they can do for this at the moment but helpful to know. I also had some 'shower plugs' custom made for my ears to keep water out. All F.O.C. and very friendly staff


Yep I know when my ear(s) are a bit blocked because high frequency range goes a bit - you can easily test this yourself though. Just rub your thumb and finger near your ear on both sides - if one sounds different to the other you may have a problem. Sounds weird I know but it works for me. My hearing must be good because I hear stuff that other people don't!
I have tinnitus....my ears sound like Big Ben on crack each day and blooming night!
If your ears itch is that wax build up ?
Vacuuming is the new method and it takes minutes . Had to go private for my mum as the GP nurse only has the water option which is not great. Word of caution the ear is a very delicate organ of the body. Best to get a professional or medically qualified to carry out the procedures
My local GP used to do it for free, last time I went they said they’d stopped doing it but could recommend a private clinic doing it for £70. Turned up there, guess who was doing it!
cashewnuts14/06/2020 20:29

My local GP used to do it for free, last time I went they said they’d s …My local GP used to do it for free, last time I went they said they’d stopped doing it but could recommend a private clinic doing it for £70. Turned up there, guess who was doing it!


The cheeky devil
Suspect I may also have a problem with excess wax which is impeding my hearing. The wife is constantly saying "did you not hear me......".
Infiltrator14/06/2020 19:02

Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax …Tried all types of drops none work for me, over the years I've had the wax removed a number of times by the local A&E nurse by syringing, both manual and electric. Local A&E no longer do this and they referred me to my local ENT at the hospital. Syringing is no longer recommended by NHS and they now use a micro vacuum, seems very effective.i did notice one of the opticians who offer hearing aids can now remove wax but no idea what they use



Probably the end of the temple arm from a pair of glasses they've taken from the shop window?


Edit: disclaimer - do not try that!
Edited by: "LaTerciaReal" 14th Jun
I got rid of my ear wax by putting lukewarm olive oil in my ears two times a day for 6/7 days and then used the syringe from Amazon. It was an amazing feeling as I felt like I could hear 30% extra after a big chunk of ear wax came out which built up over the years. I only cared because I started hearing a high pitched sound You can warm the olive oil by putting the bottle in a bowl of hot tap water.
Would this be likely to help relieve tinnitus at all? My ears been ringing constantly for the last 4 days or so..
LOUGHBORO.GUY14/06/2020 18:50

I’ve got stubborn wax does this remove it ?


You can put 2 TBS olive oil in pan on lowest heat, add 2 whole garlic cloves (skin removed) stir it for few minutes and once garlic starts turning gold switch off the heat. Allow it to cool it down. Take the garlic out, Use the oil whenever you have to, you don't need to warm up again. Most probably was will come forward and you should be able to clean it with ear buds.

My little one had hearings problem and he didn't let ENT doctors to let touch his ear so this remedy worked and removed pea sized wax without anything.
Edited by: "bbleo211180" 14th Jun
LOUGHBORO.GUY14/06/2020 19:33

If your ears itch is that wax build up ?


could be a sign yes as mine tend too itch when have build up
Shafiq_Amin14/06/2020 19:00

Sodium bicarbonate drops are the best thing(to keep details at a …Sodium bicarbonate drops are the best thing(to keep details at a minimum(lol) ) Tried oil and didn’t work.


yes i found this wirks best too and you can get them cheap enough in places like home bargins
bbleo21118014/06/2020 21:34

You can put 2 TBS olive oil in pan on lowest heat, add 2 whole garlic …You can put 2 TBS olive oil in pan on lowest heat, add 2 whole garlic cloves (skin removed) stir it for few minutes and once garlic starts turning gold switch off the heat. Allow it to cool it down. Take the garlic out, Use the oil whenever you have to, you don't need to warm up again. Most probably was will come forward and you should be able to clean it with ear buds. My little one had hearings problem and he didn't let ENT doctors to let touch his ear so this remedy worked and removed pea sized wax without anything.


Does it keep away vampires too?
misterboumsong14/06/2020 19:01

If i knew this would help my right ear id give it a go. Continuing ringing …If i knew this would help my right ear id give it a go. Continuing ringing ramdom dizzy spells. Hearing loss not great tried everything the last few years


You haven't tried putting olive oil in your ear without fail for two weeks morning and night. Then going to a swimming pool and going to the first platform and diving off. It will soon shift any blockages and like me you will probably see a dirty great big ball of wax sink past you as you swim to the surface.
Is this good for a Dog?
time2share14/06/2020 22:22

Does it keep away vampires too?


It might do... try out and let us know
You want to know why they NHS have stopped doing it/push you away etc and other simalr - watch the first hour (second half was abit more comparison with usa and speculative future thoughts) of this ITV documentary 'The Dirty War On The NHS '
(similar thing happening with our education system via academies right now)
itv.com/pre…nhs
Edited by: "bothered" 14th Jun
misterboumsong14/06/2020 19:01

If i knew this would help my right ear id give it a go. Continuing ringing …If i knew this would help my right ear id give it a go. Continuing ringing ramdom dizzy spells. Hearing loss not great tried everything the last few years


Inner ear infection...go see your doctor
Yeah, most GPs refuse to syringe anymore
Seller has sold out, there is another chemist with same price/stock.. ebay.co.uk/itm…889
Gavinge14/06/2020 19:24

I used to work at Boots and the hearing care were super helpful with an …I used to work at Boots and the hearing care were super helpful with an unexpected wax build up.Asked me to do the drop in ear thing for 5 days straight, then used the new vacuum procedure to remove it in a totally pain free thing that took less then 10 second to actually do, it just felt like my ear was being tickled.


What's this tool? I want to clear my ear wax but have no idea what to get. What's this vacuum thing?
backyard14/06/2020 23:46

Inner ear infection...go see your doctor


Hardly ever away from the doctors we/they havr thrown everything at it. Currently awaiting a hospital appointment since November. Thanks to covid im way down the list to be seen
Fascinating thread. Like Dr Popper but verbally!
RarrKind14/06/2020 18:43

Can I not use normal cooking oil (happens to be olive oil)


I'm sure ( pure olive oil ) can be used for this purpose
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