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Synonyms for eardrop

an earring with a pendant ornament

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A recent study found that a popular over-the-counter eardrop designed to soften earwax is toxic to cells in the ear.
The original ladies eardrops, Fuchsia coccinea, is from Brazil where it grows up to three metres.
Eczema in the ear canal itself can also be a cause if this sensitive area becomes inflamed and sore - again, eardrops should help to clear up the problem.
Eventually, Sniff finds Cedric, but the topaz eyes have been removed and made into eardrops, and the moonstone on the collar has been lost.
Hamoud disclosed that some other findings were also found as part of burial materials, including clay and glass tools, bracelets, rings, ring-bells, beads, eardrops, made of bronze, iron, glass, wood, and precious stones, as well as eardrops made of gold.
Keeping Mack's Wax Away eardrops may also be a good idea because the active ingredient, carbamide peroxide, was ideal for dissolving wax in the outer ear.
The 24-year-old then complained of a problematic left ear and said that the eardrops he'd been administered had done little to help his loss of hearing and the ringing sound.
Mercurous sulfide has been used historically as an effective antibiotic in eardrops.
In children, the most effective eardrops are the nonototoxic quinolones.
I use eardrops made out of Mullen oil with a bit of garlic juice.
Antibiotic eardrops can cure this but it may be prevented with use of a vinegar and alcohol solution placed in your ears to keep them dry after swimming.
2) Sharon Poncher, a nurse practitioner at Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City, examines patient Jose Garcia's ear for signs of an infection, then prescribes eardrops and orders a recheck in five to seven days.
Consider buying over-the-counter eardrops to use after swimming to help prevent swimmer's ear.
When putting in eardrops, it is important they are carried well down into the ear canal itself.