many surgeries, most especially for cholesteotoma in both ears, have altered the shape of my canals. As a result, I have to go in three times a year to have accumulated wax vacuumed out, or sometimes simply removed with a pick (‘debridement’, or as I sometimes think, divorcing the wax.) this is wax that’s accumulated in my mastoid area, as far as I can tell. Meanwhile, I continue to also produce wax in my canals, as I’ve learned with my hearing aids. I’ve always been told that producing wax is a sign of healthy ears, so I suppose I should welcome all of this.
but my anatomy has been surgically altered and I’ve been warned repeatedly not to put pointy objects in my canals–times ten, because again I don’t have normal structure and my middle ear is exposed, apparently.
still, I’m curious about this scope that Terost uses…that’s new to me.
And back on topic, the Kapak dryer arrived in the mail. What can I say? It works, as of last night. Or at least, all the light go on!