ENT

Swimmer’s Ear – Know Everything About It!!

  By Dr. B.B. Khatri, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal that connects the eardrum to the outer ear. It is basically caused from the leftover water inside the ear after swimming. This creates an environment which facilitates a breeding ground for bacteria. Various…

5 Reasons Why Using Cotton Buds in Your Ears is a Terrible Idea. And What You Can Do About It.

By Dr Vijay Verma on Lybrate. Most of us reach for a cotton bud involuntarily whenever we feel there’s an excessive earwax build-up. Truth be told, earwax is good. It helps in preventing infection as it has antimicrobial effect. However clearing out earwax(or even water that’s entered your ear) with a…