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Blood In Ears
Blood in Ear wax: Hello, if no trauma or infection was present in the recent past, what you are seeing is probably normal cerumen or ear wax that often times changes in appearance due to varying factors. One of them could be moisture in the wax. A visit to your ENT doctor may be helpful to confirm my suggestion. ...Read more
Best to Ask: I have always flushed with peroxide. If there are no tubes or holes in the eardrum.Do not insert anything such as a cuetip.Best to ask your doctor. And most likely if you leave it alone, the blood will come out naturally. ...Read more
Peculiar: This requires an exam to help sort out the issue. ...Read more
Why few drops of blood from ear at night? Using cpap machine at night. Take warfarin but pt is ok.
I'm 28 the last 2 years having lack of balance done MRI & blood test & ear exam i'm fine there what's going on? Recently been getting anxity help
Complementary med: If you have been thoroughly evaluated by a neurologist and they can't find anything wrong, it's time to look in other directions. I would recommend you see a functional medicine doctor. See here for more information: http://www.Functionalmedicine.Org/about/whatisfm/. In addition, acupuncture may be helpful, or other complementary medicine avenues. ...Read more
Have a cold, pain in ears, hearing became muffled, keeps switching from both ears, specks of blood in ear wax?
Otitis externa?: Unless your eardrums have been perforated, there should not be blood in the earwax . The presence of blood suggests that you have been sticking something into the ear canal and the trauma is causing the bleeding. Alternatively, water might have got into your ear causing an infection. Best to contact your doctor to find out. ...Read more