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Taken, Chinese, and Old: My dog Dusty. He is a Chinese Shar Pei mix of about 10 breeds. 2 years old when this photo was taken.

My dog Dusty. He is a Chinese Shar Pei mix of about 10 breeds. 2 years old when this photo was taken.

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Children, Doctor, and Facepalm: .il Verizon 5:42 PM 54% everydayhearing.com Joe M says: November 8, 2016 at 9:14 pm Complete nonsense. It amazes me at the amount of information people are still parroting back and forth due to the status of the medical industry. Doctors are dead quo wrong about Q-tips. They thrive on theory here. You COULD injure your ear. You COULD push wax further back. you COULD dry out your ears. Blah Blah Blah. I have been cleaning my ears with Q-tips for 35 years. I am 44 years old. When I was around 18 I tried using a bulb syringe to clean my ears. Due to the water pushing a wax buildup against my ear drum, I couldn't get it out. So I went to the doctor. He used a machine to flush it out. Upon inspecting my Тop ears, he said I had the cleanest ear canals he had ever seen. I told him it was due to cleaning them with Q-tips. He didn't lecture me. Wax does have it's purpose. But it gets dirty rather quickly and needs to be removed. Along with it goes the dirt, hair, and whatever else. And the ear immediately begins to make more wax. It is a cycle. My children have loads of problems if I do not clean out their ears Cleaning the ears with a Q-tip is something that requires understanding and coordination. Yes. you COULD push back the wax. If you don't do it right. What I do is dip Тop the Q-tip in almost hot water, and stick it to the edge of my ear canal to make the water go into it. I do this quickly and repeatedly to get the canal wet and warm. Then I dip a new Q- tip in the water and stick it down into the canal, while rotating it. I keep it as centered as possible in the canal. This and the rotation helps to "cut through" any wax instead of pushing it back. Once it goes in far enough. I push to the side of the canal, making a slight pulling motion, working it around the canal walls to pull ALL wax forward. I work it all around to one side and pull it all out at once. The Q tip looks horrible when it comes out. I Top repeat the process and then its done. I do the other ear the same way. To complete it, I take a sheet of toilet раper and drape it over the end of my pinky finger and stick the finger into an ear and vigorously shake the canal like an earthquake while rubbing the back of my tongue vigorously across the soft palate. Its an old trick for getting rid of an ear itch. When I remove the has wax finger from the ear, the toilet pap on it. Ear is clean and dry. Feels much b cleaner. I usually do ter and this a couple times a month. In the winter, I sometimes get ear itch and will do this just for ear relief. Always works great. I think 35 Top years is plenty of time to PROVE this is safe and effective. What matters is figuring out ways to make something WCORK for you instead of against you. Doctors will always way of doing something. Ultimately costing you money DUMMY give you the and filling their pockets. Reply Leo says: November 14, 2016 at 12:32 pm You are obviously a super genius. But for a normal person Q-tips do more harm than good Тop Disclaimer: I am a physician so I must have a sinister agenda, right? Reply 128 f 1 SHARES Tailor Automatic Screenshot Stitching “The status quo of the medical industry”

“The status quo of the medical industry”

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