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Sudden hearing loss is hearing loss that occurs abruptly or over a period of a few days. It usually affects only one ear, but can affect both.
Earwax is part of the body's normal defense system. It traps dust and foreign objects, protects the ear canal, and inhibits growth of bacteria. Generally, you don't need to remove earwax. Old earwax tends to gradually move from the ear canal to the ear opening on its own.
Hearing loss results when something goes wrong along the sound pathway from your outer ear to your brain.
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