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Earwax Blockage

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  • Earwax blockage

    Earwax blockage occurs when earwax (cerumen) accumulates in your ear or becomes too hard to wash away naturally.

  • Earwax blockage

    The 2008 NATSISS found that both males and females had ear/hearing problems, with 3.0-3.4% of males and 2.7-3.1% of females having otitis media problem.

  • Earwax blockage

    Treatment includes use a wax-removal medication and removal of excess wax using a small, curved instrument called a curet or by using suction while inspecting the ear.

  • Earwax blockage

    Indigenous Australians experience some of the highest levels of ear disease and hearing loss in the world, with rates up to ten times more than those for non-Indigenous Australians

 

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