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Debrox's gentle, non-irritating microfoam cleansing action goes to work to soften and remove earwax as it cleans the ear. Offer valid through June 20, 2020 or while promotion last. Valid on items (DPCI 245-09-0041 & 245-09-0123) only. - Discombobulated

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If your wife says you have a hearing problem this may fix it (or may not laugh out loud).

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Buy an "Elephant Ears" on Amazon. Reusable and much more effective than these drops. Just mix 25% hydrogen peroxide with warm water and flush out your ears
Speaking as someone who had this issue until my early 30s....it's because I didn't really know what the issue was (my ears overproduce wax), I never knew to use anything except q-tips (which you shouldn't use at all, turns out), and I didn't really go to the doctor regularly because I never got a new primary care physician after I moved away from home and was generally healthy as far as I knew.

When I started having kids I decided I needed to begin going to the doctor regularly so I got a new primary doc. On my first visit I mentioned off hand that I felt like I could never fully clean my ears out. He took a look and after 30 seconds with this little ear wax scoop thing he had, he had pulled out enough wax to really shock me. And my experience was exactly like others have described - it hurt a little, and everything was super sensitive for a while, but I could hear in "HD" (at least how I'd describe it). It was absolutely crazy.

And I really didn't know. It happens gradually, and you just don't really realize it. And even if you do begin to realize that you have a lot of wax like I did, you still may not be aware that there is any product to rectify that issue. I guess it never occurred to me to google it. Anyway, I hope this post helps someone else realize that their issue can be fixed. It's super great to be able to hear properly.
Just in time for Father's Day. Thanks OP

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Also I found that amazon has it for a dollar more (with coupon on item page) if you need an ear syring bulb to flush your ear out.
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Buy an "Elephant Ears" on Amazon. Reusable and much more effective than these drops. Just mix 25% hydrogen peroxide with warm water and flush out your ears
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if use this or do a flush and nothing ever comes out? what does that mean?
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I actually used the up&up version that comes with a bulb and that worked great! Using this without a bulb to rinse i pretty useless. you need the bulb and many squirts.
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Just in time for Father's Day. Thanks OP
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Lol its like everything in this world is listening to my familys conversations and trying to sell us stuff. A family member just mentioned have you heard about these drops you can put in your ear to clean off earwax, I was like yeah they been around for awhile. They were like how come we never buy them or have them here, sure and behold a deal on them 4 hours later.
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Buy an "Elephant Ears" on Amazon. Reusable and much more effective than these drops. Just mix 25% hydrogen peroxide with warm water and flush out your ears
I came here to say this. I don't even use peroxide and it works great. Just warm water.
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Buy an "Elephant Ears" on Amazon. Reusable and much more effective than these drops. Just mix 25% hydrogen peroxide with warm water and flush out your ears
Elephant ear washer is amazing. spray bottle, fill with warm water, keep spraying the water into ears washing everything out.
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I actually used the up&up version that comes with a bulb and that worked great! Using this without a bulb to rinse i pretty useless. you need the bulb and many squirts.
I did that and nothing came out.
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Buy an "Elephant Ears" on Amazon. Reusable and much more effective than these drops. Just mix 25% hydrogen peroxide with warm water and flush out your ears
https://www.amazon.com/Elephant-W...ces&sr=1-1

Good lord those pictures are horrifying. How do people live with that in their ears. omg. I almost threw up.
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I did that and nothing came out.
It might take a few application. My wife needed like 3 applications to get it out.

1. add drops to ear and lie on your side for about 30 mins.
2. wash EXCESSIVELY until wax falls out.
3. Repeat over a few days until its out.

If all else fails, you may need to use an ear pick but I only recommend it for someone really experienced with it.
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Be careful with this, it can make wax even worse.
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The version with the bulb is only $4.55 after coupon. The 40% off works with this one too.

https://www.target.com/p/debrox-a...&jb=279762
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