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    1 Answers · Health · 05/03/2007

  2. Hon, you should never put anything bigger than your elbow in your ear. That being said, I think you should go see a doctor. The blood is not a good sign.

    3 Answers · Health · 07/01/2010

  3. Sounds like you could have had a small cyst (like a pimple) inside your ear canal. This would explain the liquid and the small amount of blood. If it does not improve over the next 48 hours or it gets worse, get it checked out.

    2 Answers · Health · 07/01/2010

  4. hi dear complete the antibiotic course 1st thing. then take a pain killer for the pain. is there any kind of discharge form your ear? if yes then go see a ent doctor.if your pain don't subside in some days go see a ent doctor.

    1 Answers · Health · 11/05/2009

  5. Well you would most deffo get a serious ear infection..

    4 Answers · Health · 17/01/2009

  6. first of all, sorry about your friend. that sounds like a pretty awful situation. yes, MDMA may result in ulcers, but not the ones you're thinking of. mouth ulcers--canker sores--can occur since users often chew or nibble at the inside of...

    4 Answers · Health · 12/07/2008

  7. i dont think its ruptured, it hurts really bad, but you should check it out cause of the bleedind....

    1 Answers · Health · 08/01/2010

  8. No. Take the full dose. Take Digestive Advantage so you won't have digestive problems.

    1 Answers · Health · 05/03/2014

  9. You could have some type of mild infection or wax build-up.You should see your doctor so they can take care of it.But don't put anymore Q-Tips in your ear because all you will do is push the wax back and clog your ear further.

    1 Answers · Health · 08/01/2010

  10. Depending on how large and/or how recent the perforation occured you may get spontaneous healing of the hole. If after sufficient time is allowed for spontaneous healing has passed with no closure of the perforation you may look at your surgical options...

    3 Answers · Health · 31/12/2006

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