You will need
- - baking soda;
- - vegetable oil;
- hydrogen peroxide;
- - glycerin;
- - salt or sand;
- syringe 200 ml.
Pieces of sulfur will be faster and easier if they are pre-softening. Start instilled into the external auditory meatus alkaline solutions – mix half a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of warm boiled water. Suitable and warm vegetable oil which must first be ignited. Well soluble in sulfuric stopper hydrogen peroxide and glycerin.
Sulfuric tube can dissolve special formulations with carbamide peroxide – they can also be used to soften clusters. Once a day is useful to apply dry compresses, which make the sulfur a soft – heat salt or sand in the pan, pour in linen sack and a few minutes lie down on it the patient's ear.
Prepare your ear to the procedure for removing cerumen. After two or three days after the start of the manipulation on the softening of the tube (usually it takes three or four days) prepare for the removal procedure. Type in the pipette a few drops of softening solution (hydrogen peroxide, baking soda or any other means by which you tried to liquefy sulfur) and drip into the ear. Bury need correctly so that the fluid enters directly into the tube and did not spread to the auditory passage. To do this, turn the head so that ear is facing up, parallel to the floor, then pull the ear slightly forward and backward – in this position the ear canal maximally straightened. After instillation plug the ear with a piece of sterile cotton wool.
Push the tube with the syringe. You will need a syringe to 200 ml. Boil plain water, cool it to room temperature, fill the syringe. Sit up straight, remove from the ear with a cotton swab. Place the syringe at the entrance to the ear canal, shoulder, put a flat container. Sharp movement, push the plunger of the syringe, pouring the water into the ear of sulfur the pieces should flow together with water. After washing, dry the skin of the ear and insert the ear boric alcohol – 2-3 drops.
Please contact your doctor. If after all manipulations cerumen never came, and during the procedure, an unpleasant sensation or increased feeling of stuffiness, refer to the otolaryngologist.