Many times earwax blockage is caused by q-tips. The q-tips remove wax on the outside of the ear but often push wax deeper inside the canal causing a blockage. Methods to remove this deep wax include using a few drops of baby oil or bulb syringe. Another technique uses hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. In this technique you pour a few drops into the ear and let the peroxide bubble up the earwax.
If you cannot get the blockage removed go to you local doctor and there are other medical procedures that they can use to assist you in you troubles.
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