Hi.... It is due to impacted ear wax.... never attempt to dig out earwax buildup yourself. This can cause major damage to your ear and lead to infection or hearing loss.
However, you will often be able to get rid of the excess earwax yourself. Only use cotton swabs on the outer portion of your ears if necessary..... To soften earwax, you can purchase over-the-counter drops made specifically for that purpose.... Consult Ent specialist.....
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