Good God. I’m telling you, stay away from this video. Yeah, I know ‘Oh but I’m intrigued’ and ‘oh, it’s one of those things I just have to look at!’ and ‘oh, but Josh you’re such an entertaining writer’. Look, I get it. But I don’t care right now. Spare me the superlatives. This video is rank and will ruin your weekend.
This is legitimately stomach-churning. In no way is it weirdly satisfying like cyst-pops. It’s just objectively horrible in every conceivable way. Don’t watch this video unless you want to die.
Final warning: turn off, go back to what you were doing. You will never, ever, eat again after catching a mere frame of this God-awful video which did I say makes me want to never look at anything ever again?
Here it is anyway. Knock yourself out:
That right there is the doing of ‘Wax Whisperer’ Neel Raithatha, who runs a hearing clinic in Leicestershire, England (makes it that much worse knowing this monstrosity is on our shores, don’t you think? The ear-wax person, I mean. Not Neel).
The clump of wax was so big the woman was no longer able to wear her hearing aid as it caused it ‘to whistle and squeal’, Raithatha said.
In case you still haven’t brought up you last meal, he added:
It would be impossible to self-remove.
The client in this case wore a hearing aid which can cause earwax build up as it can prevent the natural migration of earwax out of the ear canal.
Regular use of ear wax drops and avoiding using cotton buds can sometimes help prevent a build-up of earwax.
The patient had a fungal infection, otomycosis, which developed on the dead earwax and skin and also otitis externa of the ear canal and eardrum.
Otomycosis usually occurs in hotter climates and is more common in people who swim regularly and have diabetes.
Here was some offensive odor from the ear.
It took around 10 minutes because I had to be very delicate when peeling the dead infected skin off the ear canal and eardrum. It usually takes half the time.
It was very rewarding in that I was able to help the client as she was very depressed that she couldn’t hear.
The left her completely deafened and the client was also unable to wear her hearing aid as the earwax build-up and infection was causing it to whistle and squeal.
As per Healthline:
A fungus causes otomycosis. There are nearly 60 different species of fungi that may be responsible for this infection. Common fungi include Aspergillus and Candida. Sometimes bacteria can combine with the fungi and make the infection more complicated.
Otomycosis is more common in tropical and warm regions because fungi can grow better in these areas. This infection is also more common during the summer months. Fungi need moisture and warmth to grow.
Discharge from the ears is one of the most common symptoms and may be different colors. You may see white, yellow, black, gray, or green fluid.
Minging. Have a super weekend guys!
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