Everyone could be a victim of bugs, not just in computers but also of real bugs. Watch this viral video of an ear bug removal operation! See for it may happen to everyone!
As been uploaded on YouTube, it has already gathered many netizen’s reactions regarding the video. The video uploader has narrated what happened to him and here it goes:
“June Bug Freak out! Yes a June Bug flew right into my ear as we were playing cards outside at my buddies house. It would not back out no matter what we did. It just kept crawling forward until my girl friend poured rubbing alcohol in my ear and killed it. Then the ER doc couldn't get it out with the tools he had and recommended me to a specialist after the holiday weekend!!! WTH... 2 days later I went to a different doctor that my friend referred me to and he took it out with ease! Thanks Dr Poopat! You’re the best!”
As been stated in Insects About Website, “Any arthropod in your ear is a medical concern, because it can scratch or puncture your eardrum or potentially cause an infection. Even if you succeed in removing the critter, it's wise to follow-up with a visit to a Doctor to be sure your ear canal is free from any bug bites or damage that might cause problems later.”
It is also mentioned that the National Institutes of Health offers the following advice for treating insects in the ear:
First: “DO NOT let the person put a finger in the ear, since this may make the insect sting.”
Second: “Turn the person's head so that the affected side is up, and wait to see if the insect flies or crawls out.”
Third: “If this doesn't work, try pouring mineral oil, olive oil, or baby oil into the ear. As you pour the oil, pull the ear lobe gently backward and upward for an adult, or backward and downward for a child. The insect should suffocate and may float out in the oil. AVOID using oil to remove any object other than an insect, since oil can cause other kinds of objects to swell.”
Lastly, even if an insect appears to come out, get medical attention. Small insect parts can irritate the sensitive skin of the ear canal.
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