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I had operation on my right ear to have bone drilled out last winter, one week off work, 8 weeks out off the water, total success, left ear to be done later (ill spare you all the details and photos). Best way is not let water into your ears, with out dough Blue Tac is great, down side is its hard to hear with blobs in your ears. I used to have to go at least twice a year to the doc to have my ears plunged to get the wax out, disgusting how much crap can get trapped in there.
The vacuum cleaner sounds good in principle, but freaks me out a little bit because it can go wrong easily. It all comes down to keeping your ears clean and dry, but for starters I would go the DOcs. Might be swimmers ear - no need to bust out the black and decker and start drilling just yet hah.
Mine has improved after using Vosol brand ear drops and also (a hint from an ear doctor) is to use a hair dryer to dry out the canal after contact with water. Having just gone through a blocked ear for a short time (fixed last Friday), go see your Doctor. Your eyes ears and nose drain into the same pipes which run down beside your ears and down the sides of your neck. The syringe with water was used a while back and worked great but had the same problem in the near future. I never wanted to be one of those old dudes with blu tak in my ears that you see surfing all the time!
Lots of advice - I feel your pain, I went to the chemist and got an ear cleaning bottle, essentially like the syringe method.
Also I threw the cotton wool buds in the bin as apparently they cause a buildup of wax that water gets trapped behind causing the infuriating clogginess. I have tried many of the suggestions posted so far but have found the best thing for me are ear candles.
Used to find that a couple of drops of olive oil in each ear before a surf worked well for me (in cold SA waters). The anestesist got 2 chemicals to use, something to put you to sleep and a muscle relaxant(once you are sleeping) which stops your breaving and they plug you onto a respirator.
I had extreme difficulties to fall asleep for quite a few weeks after as my body would jerk me awake everytime I would fall asleep.


I was wheeled into surgery just before 6pm, given first needle, was woken up post op a few hours later about 10pm. Doc and anaesthetist called in to see me about 7am, I had brekkie, waited for my daughter to pick me up about 10am. Besides the blue-tack, you can also try Doc's Pro-Plugs - they come in about 3 sizes so you need to get your size right. If you do decide to have the op, do it in your off season as it puts you out of the water for a while.
Having been unfortunate to suffer three bouts of cholesteatoma (pre kiting and totally unrelated to water), I'm keen to preserve what hearing I have left after having 50% of my hearing bones removed thru modified radical mastoidectomy procedures.
Try keep the cold water and air out of the canal by use of Blue Tac or plugs, and wear either a helmet with ear protection eg Gath type, or a windstopper type hat or headband that covers the ears.
Best to have ears checked out if the problem is reoccurring too, as stuff such as the Aqua Clear type stuff should not be used if there's already perforation of the drum. I know some people are adverse to wearing a helmet, but they do keep the ear plugs in and stop the wind. With the Doc Pro plugs you can attach them with fishing line to your wetsuit or rashie so if they do ever pop out you won't lose them. Having dealt with all of these ear problems (without the op thankfully) I can feel for everyone who has had to deal with this. I have tried so many methods to combat this, and I can say that ear candles did nothing for me!
Doc Prop plugs are the best as you can still hear and not feel like your ear is all clogged up which does affect your balance a little. Perforated ear drums are REALLY painful having gone through that with my board slamming the side of my head in the 70's. Probably an infection and there may be some discharge that needs clearing and the Doctor can do it on the spot.
It gets that to the point where I blow my nose and get dizzy from my sinus becoming compressed. Sometimes if I massage the top of my cheeks and sides of my ears and neck it clears the **** out of there. I love the idea of vacuums and hair dryers but may go see the doc as its still blocked and now I have an annoying ringing!


Anyway ill fire some questions at the doc (your methods) and come and let you know what he says about them! Though I will be using the syringe in 4 days after I use drops every 12 hours and he believes blu tak is fine to put in ear and recommends it. I am sure that it has helped somebody out in the past, but it is not something I would ever recommend to anyone.
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Plus, (the plugs with the small hole in them) with the Docs when you get driven down to the bottom after a wipeout on big waves your ears will clear the pressure change, where as if you just plug them up they won't, and that hurts.
But however, if you experience any of the symptoms mentioned earlier, make sure to immediately see a doctor. Outside writing, Keerthana is an animal lover and serves as an active volunteer at local animal shelters. For some, while performing valsalva maneuver, a stinging pain may occur, but just for few seconds.
For your information, sesame oil is widely used by the Indians to treat ear infections and pain. Since I started this regime I have not had any infections, and I haven't had to have them syringed in two years. If you don’t have a tea tree oil, you can use vicks vapor rub, or any ointment that is similar to it.
I have used this method in tropical places where infection was just starting and no doctor around for miles. But however, remember to see a doctor if you have the following signs ; dizziness, intense pain, lost of hearing and discharge out of ears.
If you are having the symptoms mentioned above, then it is probably more than ear wax or water, and you should avoid trying out any remedies too.



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