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Inserted a qtip too far into my ear hrs ago. Instant stab of pain. Aching bad ever since. No blood or discharge. Muffled hearing. Should I b worried?

U may have a . Ruptured ear drum or pushed ear wax so it completely blocks the ear canal or both or neither.The point is, only an exam can tell. Read more...
Go to doc or ER. Go to your family practitioner or an ENT doctor right away! if you cannot locate a doctor, go to the emergency room. You could have ruptured your ear drum. And there is a definite risk of infection, whether or not there is discharge. Do not let this wait! p.S. - as ENT docs will tell you, "never insert anything smaller than your elbow into your ear!". Read more...

Cleaned ears with Q-tip, resulted in small noise, mild sharp pain, and followed with blood running out of my ear (I know, bad idea). Discomfort in ear?

Possible rupture. You may have punctured you ear drum with the q tip. You need to have a medical provider take a look at it tomorrow. There is no need to go to ER BUT do not get water into the ear until you are seen. If there is a puncture the water could get into the middle ear. Most punctures/ruptures heal fine but may need to avoid contact with water for some time. Read more...
See doctor asap. could have a ruptured ear drum or cut in the canal, Never put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear. Read more...

Qtips too far till bleeding hi everyone, last night I was cleaning my ear with q tips and by accident it went too deep till I had this sharp pain then there was bleeding, it stooped for awhile but then when I woke up this morning there was 3 drops of blo

Unfortunately . Unfortunately this is a very common occurrence. Typically the q-tip only scratches the ear canal but rarely, it can injure the ear drum (tympanic membrane) itself. If your pain gradually improves with no other symptoms, you can just observe your condition. If you develop any hearing change, fever, redness, or other signs of infection then you must seek medical evaluation. In the future, only use the q-tips on the outer portion of your ear. Read more...
No Q-tips in ears. At best you scratched your ear canal. At worst you injured the eardrum. Keep water out of your ear and see ENT doctor. Never put an object in your ear please. Read more...
Damaged eardrum. It is possible that you contacted the eardrum and caused some trauma. Should have the ear checked out by a doctor. Read more...

My 9year old daughter was cleaning ears with qtip and seen a decent amount of blood. The bleeding stoped shortly after she has no pain or hearing loss?

Local trauma. Trauma to the ear canal can cause bleeding after ear procedures. This is usually not a significant injury and heals on its own. When the ear drum is damaged, hearing may be affected and does warrant close observation by your pediatrician or ENT specialist. Best to be safe and have it checked. . Read more...
R/O OTITIS V TRAUMA. Q tips can often cause more harm and trauma to the ears either by scraping the canal or blocking the cerumen. She needs a through exam to differentiate and potentially antibiotic therapy. She should be seen ASAP, especially if fever develops. Read more...