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What should be done if an insect entered your ear and is crawling around?

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2007-03-06 13:07:23
2007-03-06 13:07:23

You need to go to either the hospital or doctors office and get this insect out as soon as possible. What if they make a nest and have babies, then you have a colony of insects in your ear. Gross. Dont delay go ASAP. One thing I've heard of is going into a dark room and holding up a flashlight to the ear to draw the insect out.

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