Translation of earwax in Spanish:

earwax

cerilla, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɪrˌwæks//ˈɪəwaks/

noun

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    cerilla feminine
    cerumen masculine
    • They studied more than 100 patients who attended general practices in an English city to have earwax removed.
    • As a practice nurse on the south coast, I have seen a record number of patients recently presenting with deafness caused by impacted earwax.
    • I was astonished to hear on the radio that a laxative can be used to remove earwax.
    • Other types of deafness are temporary, such as problems caused by a build up of earwax or glue ear.
    • Originally used for spiritual cleansing, the candles were found to have other benefits, including clearing earwax.
    • The GP will first check to see if the ears are being blocked by an object or substance such as earwax.
    • You should never put any object into your ears to try to clear earwax.
    • My greatest relief came from using ear candles to remove excess earwax and a neti pot, a teapot-like Ayurvedic tool, to flush warm saltwater through my nasal passages.
    • Other conditions can also result in earaches, such as teething, a foreign object in the ear, or hard earwax.
    • Earaches could also be due to tooth problems, an ear canal injury (from a cotton swab), earwax, or something stuck in the ear.
    • For the next two weeks I am only able to hear the loudest of sounds through the cemented mixture of earwax and sand compacted in my ear canals.
    • A hollow candle is stuck into the ear and lit, allegedly sucking out earwax and negative energy.
    • Changes in the inner ear or in the nerves attached to it, earwax buildup and various diseases can all impact your hearing.
    • You might also damage skin and allow infection to enter if you put objects such as cotton buds or pencils in your ear to try to get rid of earwax.
    • They have to be shoved right into the ear, and once earwax gets on the little internal filters, they are gone.