Video Shows Doctor Struggling To Remove A Live Snake From A Woman’s Ear

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Video Shows Doctor Struggling To Remove A Live Snake From A Woman’s Ear

Video Shows Doctor Struggling To Remove A Live Snake From A Woman’s Ear

Some kids manage to have something get stuck in their ears. Sometimes adults have to deal with ants or insects getting inside their ear canal. But that is nothing compared to what this woman had to go through.

In a viral video posted by Indian social media personality Chandan Singh who has over 20,000 followers. The clip shows a doctor struggling to get a live snake out of a woman’s ear!

On September 1, 2022, Chandan posted a video on Facebook with the caption: “the snake has gone in the ear.” This four-minute video shows a doctor struggling as they attempt to remove a live snake from a woman’s ear. The doctor uses different tools, from tweezers to syringes, but the struggle is evident.

Viewers of the now-viral clip are left shocked and outraged since it isn’t revealed whether or not all those efforts successfully removed the snake from the woman’s ear.

That is why people cannot help but say that the video is edited. Others even could not believe that this clip was even authentic. Still, people can’t stop watching it once posted and shared. In just a short time, the video has been viewed over 125,000 times.

One skeptical user wrote: ‘“He looks like a bogus doctor. That’s why he’s pulling off so many tricks. ” Another even jokes: “Instead of a doctor, a snake charmer would have extracted the snake. ” This commenter brings up a logical explanation of the situation.

The commenter noted how it could be possible that the snake is facing with its head out. Does this mean that it crawled in head first and turned around. That seemed impossible, given the size of the snake and the cramped ear canal.

Although the authenticity of this video has been questioned, it is a disturbingly common occurrence for some small creatures to crawl inside people’s ears. It frequently happens, especially in certain areas.

One is a New Zealand man who discovered a cockroach in his ear earlier this year. It was unsure if he was unaware of it, but the cockroach found comfort inside his ear for three days. That must have been uncomfortably painful, given that cockroach bites and can move around. Another instance was of a tourist in Puerto Rico who caught a crab in his ear while snorkeling.

First Aid tips on situations where an object or insect gets into someone’s ear should be learned. These can be applied both to adults and children. But of course, these suggestions will depend on the situation.

Pain, infection, and even permanent hearing loss are all possible complications if anything gets stuck in the ear. It’s rather evident if something’s trapped in your ear, but small children might not realize it.

If you can, remove the object. But if not, it is best not to probe the ear even when using a cotton swab. This can potentially push the foreign object deeper into the canal. Use gravity and tilt the head sideways to try and dislodge the object. You can use oil or water and try floating the insect out of the ears.

And if nothing works, it is best to bring the person to a doctor, specifically an ear, nose, and throat specialist.

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