Can Ear Wax Come Out With The Help Of Ear Drops?
sorry, I’m asking again. Can my child’s ear wax come out on its own if it’s always routinely given ear drops as recommended. Thanks y. Please answer y. THANK YOU Doctor for per na na.
Thank you for the question.
As we have explained in your previous thread, handling sticky and hard earwax can be done in a variety of ways. So that earwax softens and no longer adheres firmly to the ear wall, often the doctor will first drip special fluid. After that, earwax that has softened and escaped the ear wall can be removed or aspirated with a special instrument. After this procedure is done, so that symptoms of inflammation in the child's ears subside and the risk of infection can be minimized, then some types of drugs can also be prescribed by a doctor.
Unfortunately, you did not explain exactly what ear drops the doctor gave your child. Therefore, we are also not authorized to ascertain whether earwax that clings and clogs your child's ear can later come out by administering the ear drops, or not. If the drops are against an anti-inflammatory or oxidizing component, it is possible that dirt in your child's ear will more easily come out. However, if indeed the adhesions are very strong, of course the administration of drops is not enough.
So, you should still be checked back to the doctor or ENT specialist huh ..
I hope this helps.