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Man Finds A Dead Cockroach In His Ear

A man thought he had water in his ear after going swimming but after suffering for three days, a doctor found something far more disgusting inside.

After a day of swimming, this man came home with a blocked ear. He thought his problem was caused by the water, so he tried to clear it out with some swimmer’s ear drops. He then went to sleep. When he woke up, he could still feel an immense pressure in his left ear. He thought that his ear might still be clogged with water, so he applied more drops and went back to sleep.

His ear was still bothering him the next morning. He became worried and decided it was time to go and see a doctor. After an examination, the doctor concluded that his ear blockage was caused by dead skin. The doctor advised him to use a hairdryer to dry out the inside of his ear.

After using the hairdryer for a day, he was still feeling the pain. That’s when he decided it was time to see an ear, nose and throat specialist.

The ear, nose and throat specialist took a look into his ear and said, “Oh my God. I think you’ve got a cockroach in your ear!”

It only took a few minutes to remove the roach. Once removed, the man felt instant relief. The doctor asked his patient if he would like to keep the cockroach as a souvenir. He told the doctor to keep it since it was her first time of extracting a roach from an ear.

This man does not want to suffer like this anymore, so he has now hired a pest control company to rid his home of roaches. That’s a good move – a lot better than getting a roach in your ear and then trying to cook it with a hairdryer!