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    I had it done once, NEVER again. I use ear candles now.

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    I have had to get this done twice and pure bliss afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    I had it done once, NEVER again. I use ear candles now.
    Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    Why is that?
    It was painful

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    Can you just go to your GP and request it?? i would like to get this done, or do you have to have a specific reason to get it done??

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    One of my favourite feelings is having my ears syringed. Having nice clean ears and being able to hear is the best.

    Go to a ear specialist and have them vacuume is even better! Dont have a gush of water in your ear. lol

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    My GP doesn't like to do it. He has syringed one of my ears out a few times over the years but I have to do those drops that soften the wax up first which means by the time I get it done I can barely hear a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missemzy View Post
    One of my favourite feelings is having my ears syringed. Having nice clean ears and being able to hear is the best.

    Go to a ear specialist and have them vacuume is even better! Dont have a gush of water in your ear. lol
    Oohhhhhhh ahhhhhhh no! Vacuuming is excruciatingly painful!!!!

    I needed my ear vacuumed when I had compacted earwax on the drum. It was one of the most awful experiences of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    I had it done once, NEVER again. I use ear candles now.
    I've used the candles, do you get more out with stringing though?

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    I'm subscribing. Wondering now if I should do a candle or syringe (never done either!)


 

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