Colace liquid (docusate sodium) works better than Cerumenex to loosen ear wax
New evidence suggests that Colace liquid (docusate sodium) works better than Cerumenex to loosen ear wax.
Some physicians have been using this trick for years.
Colace's surfactant activity helps dissolve ear wax.
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