Ear syringing?

atypical_boro

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Anyone any tips in where to get it done, not including the GP?
There are loads of little private clinics that do suction now. They do it there and then and don’t ask you to go and put olive oil in your ear for 6 weeks first, or whatever the GP normally does.

GPs in my experience don’t like going near it anymore as the suction method is more effective and safer, it’s just that it costs £60-£100ish. Worth it for the immediacy though, in my view.
 

Jedi boro

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They don’t really do syringing now it’s better to have them vacuumed there’s a great place behind Albert park that does it
About £60
 

Jedi boro

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Thank you
This time last year my ears were blocked after a flight and it stayed blocked for about a week I went on you tube for tips and tried everything including hay fever spray to open things up nothing worked I booked this went for my appointment and I was cleared almost instantly. Feels weird but it works.

Highly recommended
 

TeaCider

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I'm always tempted to get mine done, my ears often feel stuffy but I'm not sure if it's because of wax build up or it's just how they are.
 

atypical_boro

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I'm always tempted to get mine done, my ears often feel stuffy but I'm not sure if it's because of wax build up or it's just how they are.
If you have £60ish spare I'd recommend it for anyone as they always feel fresh/clear afterwards, especially if you've never had it done before.
 
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