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    I was literally just typing on facebook then, when I heard my right ear just go out. It went from receiving noise to just a silent pitch with a bit of that weird echo'ness like when your ears pop at altitude. I'm actually a bit scared. Tips or tricks, anyone?
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    try to swallow a few times. If it doesn't go away, make an appointment for a doctor tomorrow.
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    Is it quite waxy? Because it may be blocked with that

    Get some olive oil and pour about half a teaspoon in (to the ear canal itself) Then leave it for about 5mins do this twice a day for about 5 days, if that hasnt shifted it then make an appointment at the nurse at your GP to have them syringed

    oh and DONT TRY TO USE COTTON BUDS ON THEM!!!!!!!!
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    what?!

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    (Original post by Lady Venom)
    what?!

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    hahah harsh lol....
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    (Original post by Lady Venom)
    what?!

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    :rofl:


    (Original post by thelostchild)

    oh and DONT TRY TO USE COTTON BUDS ON THEM!!!!!!!!
    Indeed, if it is a wax problem this'll just push the wax further in, iirc.
 
 
 
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