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It’s fairly common to have some irritation in the ear canal while you’re getting used to wearing hearing aids, but if the problem persists, there are a few things you can do.
Make sure you’re keeping your devices and ear molds clean and dry. If you don’t, they can grow bacteria and fungus. A low-grade bacterial or fungal infection can be a source of itchiness and irritation. Also check your ear canal for any scratches or cuts. An ear mold in the canal can make a scratch or cut hard to heal, causing irritation.
Otherwise, you may be experiencing an allergy to the color or tint of the material. Speak to your local provider about getting a hypo-allergenic ear mold.
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