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    Our ENT told us not to bother with plugs in shower or bath. It's only an issue when ears are submerged in water like during swimming. DD is on to her 4th set of grommets and have never had an issue with bath or hair washing doing anything to the grommets or ear infections or anything.
    I love the soggy froggy plugs for her. They mould properly like blue tac and stay in easily. Available online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    I'm worried about the blu tak going down into her ears...any tips?
    Use a piece about the size of a grape and use it to seal the ear, not trying to put it down their ear and you shouldn't have any trouble.

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    Great, thanks for all the advice everyone 😊

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    My girls have been under 2 different ENT's, had to change when we moved states. The first we got fitted plugs which were still annoying. The second ENT said not to bother as the ear still needs to get used to water. The girls swim in pools, beach, have showers and baths without any problem. Even think we might be grommet free soon

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