EARDOC:The safe non-invasive way to treat an earache
Posted May 17 2009 10:12pm
Remember when you were a child after spending all day at the swimming pool, only to find later that night or the next day that you were struck with this horrendous pain in your ear or ears? I always remember the pain that I suffered, and I was only nine years old. I was laid out on the couch and even touching the pillow with my ear felt like I was being stabbed repeatedly in my ear drum. OUCH! I also remember going to the doctor and him poking me with that awful instrument with the metal wire circle on the end telling me don’t move, as he stuck that into my painful ear. Well moms, you don’t have to worry anymore, because we can now use The EARDOC! The EARDOC is a safe, simple efficient, non-invasive device that solves the problem and not the symptom of earaches. What does the EARDOC do? It generates and transmits vibration waves. Due to its non-invasive design, the waves travel through the bone to the middle ear and open the Eustachian tube. The waves drain the trapped fluids and ease the pressure. To view a short animation please visit www.eardoc.com.
No need for pills, drops or surgery, and you get immediate relief
It runs on two AA batteries, and has control for the amount of the vibration you need.
I tried this, even at the time my ears were okay, but it actually felt better after I used it, and I hadn’t realized my ears were plugged. I was amazed. I feel anyone with kids and especially kids who like to go in the pool or any kind of water fun needs to get this. I gave one to my daughter with two small children. They are great gifts for summer giving, great for travelers too!
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