Ears Bleed After The Process Of Cleaning Ear Wax?
Hello, I want to ask about my ears, first I went to the doctor who had a problem with the left ear then suctioned but the right one was suctioned even though there was a problem with my right ear, the doctor said he just wanted to clean up a lot of the dirt. suck my right ear so it’s bleeding, is this a side effect? Is it dangerous? , thank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Frequently, problems with the ear, including the result of a buildup of earwax, do not only affect one ear, but both. However, it could be, complaints feel more severe in one ear, so you do not realize that the other side of your ear is actually also having problems. Based on his competence and experience, the doctor who examines you directly certainly knows more about the right course of action to help resolve your complaint.
Ear bleeding after the removal of earwax is not always dangerous. If very little blood comes out, and does not cause other complaints, this condition can be mild, due to minimal irritation during the action on the ear. Such conditions often improve by themselves without the need for special treatment.
You need to be vigilant if bleeding from your ears appears quite a lot, or accompanied by pain, swollen ears, foul smelling discharge, ears buzzing, until the hearing loss. If you experience this condition, we recommend that you check yourself back to the doctor or ENT specialist doctor to be given good treatment. It is feared, this bleeding arises due to a torn eardrum, inflammation of the ear (otitis externa or otitis media), or various other causes.
So that the bleeding from the ear stops, you should first plug your ears with a clean cotton roll. Do not pry excessive ears with any tool, including cotton buds. Make sure your ears are always dry and do not enter any dangerous objects.
Hope this helps ...