posted by Mack on .
I need websites on these Questions:
How does a buildup of earwax cause someone to have a hearing loss?
What happens when there is hearing loss in the inner ear?
What are some reasons that a person may have a hearing loss in the outer or middle ear?
What is another name for a middle ear infection?
What is another name for airplane ear and why does it occur?
What is another name for swimmer's ear, and why does it occur?
what is another word for a ruptured ear drum?
What happens when sound waves strike the ear drum?
What are some factors that can cause a ruptured eardrum?
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Google the key words in these questions. For instance, I Googled earwax hearing loss and the first site I found was: