well back in june i got my second hole ear peircings done. i hvae started taking them out in like the begining of october. i took them out last week and the earings are kinda hard to take out like i ...
Two months ago at my job, I slipped and fell on some food on the floor. I landed awkwardly, kind of like doing the split, but I banged the side of my left knee. I can walk fine with almost no pain, ...
The best thing to do is lay on your side with a warm damp towel under your ear. Yawn or chew gum to equalize the pressure and push the peroxide out. If this does not work, gently push a Q-Tip into your ear to pull the peroxide out and then let the rest drain onto the towel.
If your hearing is still "messed up" a few hours after this, see a doctor to prevent permanent damage.
Haha I had a good laugh... It seems you did not put enough in your ear. Put some more in cause your ear could really be clogged up..... also try using an ear bud to remove it.
lay down on your side with the ear facing down. press a cotton ball to your ear (don't shove it in there, just place it) and your ear should start draining. sleep like this too, but if you don't want the cotton ball in there all night just put a cloth on your pillow so waxy peroxide doesn't get everywhere. in the morning, if the peroxide is still there...call a doctor.
Use a 50/50 mix of vinegar and rubbing alcohol in your ear instead. The vinegar will dissolve any wax and the alcohol will evaporate the moisture.
If you have a q tip use that to clean it out or tolet paper if that dose not work do a drop of water then use one of the two thins I listed to clean it out and if you still have a problem after tomarrow then got to the doctors
No need to panic. This has happened to me. A big bubble from the peroxide gets trapped and won't let the liquid out. Lay on your side with a washcloth under it and either chew some gum or open and close your mouth. Also, you can use a qtip to gently get to it.