Madmum007
...feeling frustrated Madmum007 @madmum007

Treatment

Has anyone gat any tips how to treat / sooth p inside ears, had enough ear infections lately , trying to stop them before they arrive.

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Theme Psoriasis in the Ears

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8 responses

Des
Des @des1

Coconut oil really soften things up, but it is a little messy :)


Millionways
Millionways @millionways

I know how hard it is.
Try to keep the earcup clean with clean cotton swab, after shower. Rub very softly, so there wont be wounds.
When it is itchy don’t touch your ears with your hands!!! Use a clean handkerchief or something soft and be sure it is hygienic clean!
When the flakes arent soft enough, you can put on any kind of greasy ointment at night and clean it in the morning. (Make sure the ointment is clean and only use in the earcup, not inside your ear)
When things starting to get irritated and I think they are getting infected I instantly start using eardrops: Triancinolone acetonide with acetic acid eardrops.
When the ears get quiet, use it a couple of days more, to make sure.
I hope this will help you. Wishing you the best.


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

I use coconut oil,and few drops of olive oil inside ear,h ad bad ear p now almost clear.


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Do a search here as lots of helpful tips for ear psoriasis


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

My nan always said olive oil!


Madmum007
Madmum007 @madmum007

Millionways where are you getting Triancinolone acetonide with acetic acid eardrops from?


Millionways
Millionways @millionways

Hi Madmum, I live in the Nehterlands. My general practitioner gives me a prescription and I can get it at the pharmacy. I dont know how you can get it in an other country.


Lindakay1948
Lindakay1948 @lindakay1948

Warm Olive Oil...always warm use an eye dropper and put cotton over it and just relax



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