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    Ears hearing.
    allysonelizabeth posted:
    My hearing has been declining slowly over the past year now i have bloody ear wax. Coukd the two be conected?
    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    Yes, it could be connected....IF the cause of your eardrum was related to a ruptured or inflammed eardrum.

    Are you a Q-tip user?
    allysonelizabeth replied to Rod Moser, PA, PhD's response:
    I am not really a Q-tip user. I cant recall the last time I used one.
    Rod Moser, PA, PhD replied to allysonelizabeth's response:
    Good. Now, I don't have to give you a lecture about not using Q-tips, but it would be nice to know the source of your bloody ear wax. You are going to need to see a medical provider so that your ears can be properly examined.

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