What should I do when I wear a hearing aid ear?
In the process of wearing a hearing aid, some patients may have itchy ears after wearing the hearing aid. Itchy ear is a feeling that the sensory nerves of the external auditory canal are slightly stimulated. If it is a normal post-stimulation reaction, it does not matter, take the hearing aid off and wear it again after a while.
Customers should pay attention to clean and dry their hearing aids, pay attention to some cleaning problems, such as not letting the surface of the hearing aid dirty, usually the hands should be cleaned, do not touch the ears and hearing aids after rubbing your feet. But itching may also be the main symptom of external ear canal skin disease, which may be caused by some lesions, such as earwax, mold, allergies, too dry, etc. The most common ones are external ear canal mold and external auditory canal eczema.
Ear mold may be caused by environmental factors, secretions of tympanic membrane perforation or infection. When the climate is warm and humid, the external auditory canal enters the dirty water due to shampooing, raining, and swimming. If it is not cleaned for a long time, it may cause mildew. Chronic otitis media itself, the flow of pus may flow from the tympanic membrane to the external auditory canal, no treatment, long-term will also grow mildew. There are enough people who use their fingers to rub their feet and squat to stop itching. After not washing their hands and using their fingers to dig their ears, they pass the ankle to the external auditory canal. In the case of otome, the ear itch is very uncomfortable, and especially long earwax, often over the entire ear canal after one or two weeks.
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