Ear Bulb Syringe


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  • USUALLY SELF-ADMINISTERED: Ear syringing is seldom performed by NHS GP’s or nurses anymore. Instead, ear syringing is usually self-administered by people using ear syringing kits available from over the counter in places such as Boots or over the internet.
  • BULB-TYPED EAR SYRINGE: These ear syringing kits contain either a bulb-typed or flared-typed ear syringe and are designed to squirt streams of water at different angles against the ear canal wall to avoid causing trauma to the eardrum. The idea behind ear syringing is for the water to get pumped ‘in behind’ the ear wax in order to flush it out of the ear.
  • EARWAX BUILDUP CAN CAUSE DAMAGE: The ear, especially the canal and eardrum, is very sensitive. Earwax buildup can cause damage to these structures over time. This can affect your hearing. Removing excess earwax with ear irrigation is a safe way to minimize the risk of damage to the ear. Ear irrigation is a routine procedure used to remove excess earwax, or cerumen, and foreign materials from the ear.
  • PREVENTS TOO MUCH EARWAX: The ear naturally secretes wax to protect and lubricate the ear as well as to keep debris out and hinder bacterial growth. Under normal conditions, the body keeps the amount of earwax in the ears under control.Too much earwax or hardened earwax can cause a blockage in the ear, resulting in earaches, ringing in the ears, or temporary hearing loss.

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