Will digging ears with hands normally cause perforation of the tympanic membrane?

Some mothers know that using a hard ear pick to dig out their children’s ears may hurt their children’s ears, so they choose to use a relatively “soft” prop-cotton swabs.As everyone knows, using a cotton swab to clean your child’s ears will not only make it impossible to remove the earwax, but it will also cause damage to the child’s ears or cause ear diseases.

No, the eardrum is in the deeper position of the ear, and generally the eardrum cannot be touched by the fingers.Avoid getting sharp objects into the ears.

7. Never use sharp objects such as nails, iron picks, hairpins, etc. to dig out your ears.

8. If you find that the baby’s earwax is too much and cause discomfort, causing the baby to cry, or if the baby is suspected of hearing impairment, seek medical attention in time, and do not remove the ears at will.

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