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Heavy earwax buildup is not only an annoyance, it can cause hearing loss and eardrum damage. While there are several home remedies that you can try yourself, if you experience severe pain, make an appointment to see your doctor so that he can remove the earwax safely.
Fixing a Torn Earlobe
Most probably donít consider the possibility of tearing their earlobes when they get their ears pierced, but let me tell you: it's a possibility to consider. More common than you might believe, the best to repair is to prevent.
Piercing Your Ears
Most women have their ears pierced and so many know the benefits of it. Wearing earrings is not only a fashion statement, but can also be a personality statement and a way to give your confidence that extra push it needs!
Repairing Expanded Earlobes
Earlobes can expand from wearing heavy earrings or from stretching them out intentionally by gouging the ear. Over-stretched ears can be difficult to repair.
Repairing Torn Earlobes
Large heavy earrings pull and stretch your earring hole. Eventually the earring can rip through the ear lobe leaving an open wound. This type of injury can also be caused by trauma, like a child pulling on the earring. Fixing this type of injury is a surgical procedure and you need to talk to your doctor or surgeon about the right way to do it.
Treating an Infected Ear Piercing
Needing to treat an infected ear piercing? You don't want the hole to close, and going to the doctor may be too expensive. Read on to find an inexpensive answer.