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by Jerome Princy (2020-03-25)

One doctor has estimated Sonus Complete Review that as many as 150,000 people have their ears irrigated by a doctor or medical professional in the U.S. each week. That's a lot of money! Although there are a variety of kits available on the market, a quick sample of the different products shows that most of them use carbamide peroxide, a derivative of hydrogen peroxide, for removing ear wax. Most of the kits also contain a syringe for use in irrigating the ear after using the peroxide solution. Be careful not to insert the syringe too far into the ear canal when using it, however. When dropping the solution into the affected ear, the head should be tilted sideways so as to allow the peroxide to slide down to where the build up is. Finally, although you may be anxious to see results the first time you use the kit, it may very well take a few days for the blockage to become soft enough to become dislodged. However, you should contact a doctor if you are still trying to use remove ear wax yourself after four days to see if there is a more serious problem. Not everyone should be concerned about removing wax, though. Because of changing views about how the body uses it, one prominent school of ENT (ear, nose, and throat) doctors issued new guidelines in 2008 stating that it should not be removed unless it is causing hearing loss or earaches.