Self-Ear Cleaning

Dr. Ajay George Akkara

MBBS, MS, DLO Specialist ENT NMC Medical Centre Ajman, Rashidiya 1

Many patients come to me with injuries sustained while cleaning their ears on their own. Many patients also ask me whether ear has to be cleaned at home. So, in this blog, I will explain about why we do not need to clean our ears on our own, and what are the problems which can happen if we do so.

As you can see in the picture above the ear canal is an approximately 2.5 cm long canal staring from the pinna going inwards. It is closed at the other end by the ear drum. It is lined by skin. The skin of the canal secretes the substance which we call as wax. The skin of the ear canal is unique in the body in the sense that it cleans itself by growing outwards. Hence a normal person need not clean the inner part of the ear canal routinely. Problems of self-cleaning the ear: ·It is done blindly and you might end up damaging your ear, especially the ear drum. ·Someone might touch your hand accidently while you a…

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