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The answer is yes you can, however, it comes with caveats, read on to find out how you can do it safely.
Ear wax is not a bad thing, your ears make it for a reason. Generally, most people just produce enough wax to protect the ear canal from water and infection. However, some people over produce ear wax, even if you aren't one of them, sometimes, your ears may produce more wax than usual. The wax isn't the problem, it only becomes a problem when it builds up enough to block the ear canal, or it becomes impacted against the eardrum.
When it does, you will need to take action, there are several things you can do, one of them is to use ear drops designed to soften the wax. There are many wax-removing eardrops or solutions available over the counter in pharmacists. While most of these solutions are often oil-based, some use hydrogen peroxide to soften the earwax. This, in theory, allows the wax to come out on its own.
Sourced from Hearing Aid Know How.com.
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