Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Any suggestions for ear waste
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Mild to moderate earwax buildup is common in children of all ages. Though you can wipe the external ear clean with a washcloth. Inserting a tool or cotton swab into your baby's ear can push the earwax even deeper into the ear, which can cause an infection. Cleaning inside the ear can also puncture the baby's eardrum. If you're concerned about excess earwax buildup, you can try hydrogen peroxide drops, but you must first consult with baby's pediatrician.
Question: my babe is 5months her right side ear smells foul
Answer: Hi check if ear has any pain try to clean ear exteriors if there is still smell or baby has any other discomfort contact doctor once
Question: Hi, any home remedies for ear pain
Answer: Soem of the Home remedies for ear pain which my mom used to tell me are as follows dear-:
Crush two cloves of garlic and mix it with 2 teaspoons of mustard oil. Heat this mixture till the garlic turns slightly black. Allow it to cool down and then apply few drops inside the infected ear. You can also make garlic oil at home by crushing and boiling the cloves into sesame oil. This tends to give instant relief.
2. Juice of Basil Leaves
Another natural cure is to crush few basil leaves and use the juice to treat the infected ear. Strain the juice before using. You can add coconut oil in the juice to make it more effective. Make sure you use it regularly under supervision.
3. Mustard Oil
"Add 2-3 drops on one side and turn on the other side. Stay in this position for 10-15 minutes but be careful that the oil shouldn't go into the ear. Repeat with the other ear,". You should be cautious as ear buds tend to push the wax inside while oil brings it out.
4. Apple Cider Vinegar
Warm some vinegar and apply on the infected ear with a cotton bud. Let the vinegar penetrate into the ear. It's best to use organic apple cider vinegar to avoid chemicals or adulterants. You can also dilute it a bit with water and then soak the cotton bud in this liquid. Plug the bud inside the ear and let it remain for about 5 minutes.
Believe it or not, salt can do wonders. Heat some on low flame and then dip a cotton bud to coat it with warm salt. Place this in your ear for about 10 minutes. Salt tend to draw out the fluid from the ear and reduces swelling. Sea salt also helps reduce inflammation and pain within your ear canal. Never pour salt water into your ears. You can spray it into your nose too. Make sure you follow this process under supervision as it may cause a severe problem.
Hope this helps.