You will need
  • - pipette;
  • - a cotton ball;
  • - 3% hydrogen peroxide;
  • - 3% of boric acid;
  • - flagella of gauze.
If you are assigned to dribble in-ear only alcohol solution of boric acid before use, rinse the ear using a 3% hydrogen peroxide. Put your head on your left side, put 5 drops of peroxide in my right ear, in 10 minutes sharply tilt your head to the opposite side, carefully wipe the sink with a cotton pad.
Put your head on your right side, put 5 drops of peroxide in my left ear after 10 minutes, tilt your head and wipe the ear. Peroxide will wash out the ear wax and will clean the ear before burying boric acid solution. If you are uncomfortable to do the procedure sitting, you can do it lying on the right and on the left side.
Boric acid also bury lying on one and the other side, as the duration should be at least 10-15 minutes. Instill 3 drops alcohol 3% solution in each ear 4 times a day. After the procedure, plug the ear canal with a cotton swab.
At night make turundeki (flagella) of gauze, liberally dampen with a solution of boric acid and insert in your ear all night.
If you have written except for boric acid using antibiotic drops, first clean the ear with peroxide, then drip boric acid and after 1 hour drops with the antibiotic.
Do not use boric acid for more than 7 days. Side effects when applied topically are impaired renal function, toxic reactions, vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, headache, convulsions, confusion, allergic reactions, in exceptional cases, shock.
Do not use alcohol solution of 3% boric acid if you have impaired kidney function if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. For children, make sure you get a doctor's recommendation.
In case of boric acid you have at least one of these symptoms, immediately discontinue dribble the ear and contact your doctor.