I have yellowish, smelly discharge in my ears and it drains liquid and I can not hear when my ears are clogged how can I treat this matter myself

The symptoms you have described definitely point to a ear infection and possibly a severe infection. If you have had the flu recently or had a throat infection, this could be the cause of the problem since the ear and the throat are connected by the Eustachian tube which would allow the infection from the throat to spread to the ear. The fact that there is a discharge signifies that the area is under some kind of attack. The production of mucus secretions is the body’s attempt to wash out the pathogen causing the infection. This is the same reason why there is an increase in mucus production when you have a throat infection. You mentioned that the discharge is yellowish in color which is a common symptom of infection as the body sends white blood corpuscles to the area as part of it defense system These dead white blood corpuscles are responsible for the yellowish or whitish discharge.  The fact that the discharge has a foul odor also points to an infection. Minor ear infections can be effectively treated with home remedies, however, there is a possibility that the infection is severe and so you should see a doctor as soon as possible. If the infection is allowed to remain untreated, it could become extremely severe and could even result in permanent loss of hearing.

In the meantime, you can use several home remedies to keep the infection under control. First of all, you will have to ensure that you ear is cleansed regularly as this will prevent the infection from spreading. Mix a drop of Margosa oil along with three to four drops of olive oil and warm it slightly and pour it into your ear. Lie on your side and gently tug at your earlobe and massage the area just below your ear so that the oil trickles far down into the ear canal. After this, you can lie down for about 15 minutes and then flip over so that all the oil drains out of your ear. This will flush out any debris from within it including hardened ear wax. Margo oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties and will help to reduce the infection. Before you go to bed, mix one drop of garlic oil and two drops of almond oil and put a drop or so of this blended oil in each ear. Garlic oil has very strong antibiotic properties and will get rid of the infection if used regularly. Do not use water to clean your ears as this would make the infection worse. Make sure that you visit your doctor as soon as possible to avoid further complications.

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