He added, "Unfortunately, many people feel the need to manually 'remove' cerumen from the ears. For the everyday individual, the new guidelines suggest you leave your ears alone unless you experience symptoms that you think are associated with too much earwax. When this natural earwax train malfunctions, or when individuals poke around in their ears with cottons swabs or other foreign objects such as bobby pins or matchsticks, earwax can build up and block part of the ear canal. The guidelines also state that cotton-tipped swabs or other objects should not be used to remove earwax. This can result in further impaction and other complications to the ear canal. Doctors have also reported seeing patients who have burned the outer parts of their ears with this method. Excess earwax normally treks slowly out of the ear canal, with an extra boost from chewing and other jaw movements, carrying with it dirt, dust and other small particles from the ear canal.
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