If you will be ill-fated at some point in your life but can choose which among your five sense are you willing to lose, what would that be? Personally speaking, I would choose to lose my sense of hearing among other senses as I can still do a lot of things even if I have hearing problems.
But our ears actually plays an important role in our body, it works hand-in-hand with other senses making our being as a whole. So among all the five senses, we should never neglect it or treat it like the least.
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Our ears are one of the most sensitive parts of our body; in fact, experts suggest that cleaning it every day is not a good idea as it loses its natural wax making it easier for dirt and creatures to enter this tiny hole in our body.
If you think your ears are clean enough, then go ahead and watch the video below which will surely make you double check on your ear’s current condition.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based Ear, nose, and throat (ENT) surgeon recently filmed a sickening footage taken while he was performing a very risky operation with a patient’s ear canal.
According to the 49-year-old surgeon Rahmat Omar, the video shows his attempt of taking out a live tick which lived inside the patient’s ear canal for days.
Dr. Omar said that the patient initially complains about having unbearable pain in his ear, and upon checking the doctor discovered the most shocking thing he could ever see inside human ears throughout his profession.
“The patient was in a lot of discomforts, they were so happy when I removed it. It could have been very [redacted],” Dr. Omar said.
“It’s certainly the first time I have ever seen this and I hope I never have to do this again,” he added.
Even the surgeon could not believe what he just saw, a live tick inside a human’s ears. In the video which is now going rounds on social media, it could be seen how the surgeon carefully removes the live tick one-by-one.
At some point in the video, a fat live tick could be seen freely moving inside the patient’s ear canal as if it is its natural habitat.
Disgusting as it may look, but the surgeon did his job well by carefully and slowly pulling out the wriggly insect one at a time.
Watch the video below: