Ok this is what I tried: Laying with a heating pad (don't sleep with it) putting vicks rub behind your ear using peroxide might help boiling 1 cup of hot water, put it in a glass and put your ear over it
Ear irrigation is the process of flushing the external ear canal with sterile water or sterile saline. It is used to treat patients who complain of foreign body or cerumen (ear wax) impaction.
The purpose of ear irrigation is to remove earwax that is obstructing the ear canal or to remove a foreign object lodged in the ear canal. Ear irrigation is most commonly performed on those who experience a wax buildup that has impaired hearing and irritated the outer ear canal. Ear irrigation is performed in the emergency department as a first-line treatment for a foreign object in the ear canal, because it is less invasive than using an instrument. If the object is a live insect, oil is inserted into the ear to kill the insect; then, the ear canal is irrigated to remove the dead insect. Some foreign objects may be removed from the ear using irrigation alone, but most require a combination of both irrigation and the use of instruments by the physician.
The ear canal should be examined with an otoscope prior to ear irrigation. Ear irrigation is contraindicated if the eardrum is ruptured, because the procedure may force bacteria through the perforation into the inner ear. Ear irrigation is also contraindicated in patients with fever and ear pain, as these symptoms may indicate an inner ear infection. If a foreign object is made of vegetable matter (e.g., a bean or pea), irrigation is contraindicated because the water will cause the object to swell and complicate extraction of the object.
Ear irrigation can be performed using a 50–60-cc syringe (20–30-cc syringe for children). Some nurses prefer to attach a large bore IV (intravenous) catheter (with the needle removed) to the syringe for easier direction of the fluid. Using this method, the fluid is aspirated into the syringe and squirted into the ear canal. Another method uses IV solution and tubing, with a disposable ear irrigation connector that fits onto and over the outer ear. When using this method, the IV is turned on and the fluid flows by gravity into the ear to create the irrigation. When using the IV method, the bag should be about 6 inches (15 cm) or less above the patient's head to create the proper fluid pressure.
After positioning the patient, the earlobe of the affected ear should be held back, and up (back and down for an infant). The tip of the irrigation syringe or catheter should be placed at the entrance to the ear. The tissue of the ear should not be touched. The ear canal should not be occluded, or the solution will not be able to run back out of the ear. Gently aiming the flow of the irrigation solution towards the upper aspect of the external ear canal, the nurse should syringe or run in the IV fluid at a slow, steady rate, allowing the fluid to escape out of the ear canal and into the basin. If using a dental pik apparatus, the lowest setting should be used. Exerting too much pressure can force the foreign object or the wax occlusion deeper into the ear canal. The return fluid should then be checked before the syringe is refilled—or after 100cc of fluid for an adult, and 30cc of fluid for a child. The nurse should investigate whether the wax or foreign object has been flushed from the ear. When the occlusion has been removed, 500cc of irrigation fluid should be used for an adult—100cc for a child, or as ordered by the physician. The procedure should be interrupted if the patient complains of pain or dizziness
Go to the doctor and get on an antibiotic. You can also buy some ear drops over the counter at some pharmacies. You can try rubbing alcohol or peroxide and putting a cotton ball in your ear and keep it in there for a while. Don't let water get in your ear and don't use cube tips. That just will puncture the ear drum and push the ear wax further in causing this problems. Wear a hat and earmuffs outside in the cold weather in the future and don't let eater get in your ear to not have this problem again in the future. Take tylenol as needed extra strength for pain. Good luck. Go see the doctor if it don't clear up.
Have a hot bath and put your ear under, place a hot wheatey bag on the ear, chew gum, plug your nose with your fingers and blow gently until it unblocks, have a hot shower, get it drained from the doctor, drop in ear unblocking stuff in your ear, open and close your mouth, apply heat to it, have hot drinks. I have a painful blocked ear and its sooooo annoying, be patient and it will soon come right :) I have tryed ALL of these things and its slowly getting better...''/
Apply alcohol (with few drops in cotton) in the blocked ear, you get quick relief, this is mainly due to the previous infection the ear and now the wax is blocked and no passage for the aiR to flow. PRATER MARANO
For simple mild occasional Etube dysfunction and clogged ear or muffled hearing, the Earadicator cure found here - done using nasal decongestant spray and saline with a neti pot to rinse your etube and dilate it is safe and can be effective when you cannot afford the surgery or the problem with the eustachian tube dysfunction is only occasional. Go to the "The Instructions" page to read the steps in the solution and watch the video showing how to do it.
I would go to the doctors they can drain your ear for you. I have also in the past bought mineral oil from the drug store with a ear sirenge to suck up the wax once the mineral oil has had a chance to loosen it. There is also over the counter ear drops called Polysporin that will help.
A sure shot way of unplugging or unclogging ears is to block your nose with your fingers and blow hard from the nose. The air will escape from your ears and the ears will unplug. Ears get plugged due to cold or sinus. Sometimes no matter how much you use the above technique, the ears just will not unplug. In such cases, you have to be under medication. Visit a doctor and get prescriptions. After taking the prescription, your ears should unplug in a day or two depending upon the power of the pills. Other way of beating cold is to work out in the gym. Sweating helps a lot getting relieved of cold. When you break a sweat, the cold starts diminishing and your ears will unplug.