Poppers in Naval Canal
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Topic created by Guys_212
on Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 09:21
Guys_212 said on Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 09:21...
I accidentally got a little bit of popper liquid up my nose. It stings a bit but the worse thing is my ear is more sensitive and I am finding it harder to hear like it has water blocked in it.
I have cleaned it out with water but am wondering if this will last, it happen a couple of hours ago.
I use my ears for my job so am a bit worried
Anonymous said on Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 17:45...
And he polished that handle so carefully
They made him Leader of the Queen's Navy
Sounds like "swimmers ear" from the water.
Mam said on Thu, 11 Oct 2018 at 13:13...
Yes, auto-correct happens, get over it. Poppers will agitate the sensitive membranes in the nasal cavity. Can lead to a blocked ear - might be from mucus secretion, or, as our resident comedian suggests, the water you used in flushing. Blocked ears are very agitating, especially if the blockage becomes infected. Eucalyptus oil inhaled is a good idea, plus (if you can manage it) raw garlic chewed and then breathed out through the nose. Garlic has certain antiseptic properties as well as being good at clearing blocks.
If it starts to get throbbing painful see a doctor. You do not want sinusitis.