Ear Troubles

Waxy Ears

People know their ears are waxy when they squelch, are itchy, become blocked, leak wax or feel gluggy.

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Blocked Ears

You know when your ear is blocked. You will have reduced hearing, your body noises will be loud and your voice will echo.

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Itchy Ears

If you have itchy ears it could be a range of conditions. Mild infection, waxy ears, loose hairs tickling inside or allergies.

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Noisy Ears

Anything in your ear canal can create noises. Long hairs tapping on your ear drum for instance. Wax or dry skin often crackles. Tinnitus can also create noises.

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Infected Ears

Signs of infection can be: irritation - itchiness, tenderness or pain, discharge / leaking / running ears, hearing loss if canal blocks.

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Glue Ear

Glue ear is a term used when thick fluid is trapped behind the eardrum. This results in hearing loss and can lead to delayed learning and language development in children.

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Deaf Ear

If your hearing changes, whether it is sudden or over time, it is important that you have a hearing test. It could be as simple as wax blockage or it could be more urgent.

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Full Ears

Sometimes people experience a fullness in their ear which feels like their head is full of cotton wool. Sometimes it is because their ears won't 'pop' properly or it could be more urgent.

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