A Chinese woman came to the hospital complaining Changsha center left part of his head that itch. After the doctor checked, he found the source of itching. Turned out to be a spider living in her ear for five days.
The doctors then use saline fluids to flush the spider. Worried, this spider can walk further into the ear drum or bite her.
Flush technique was successful and the patient reportedly cried with joy after being told a spider in his ear successfully removed. Doctors at the hospital believe the spider when she entered the house being renovated, then crawled into her ear while sleeping.
Reports from CNN said that spiders and other insects appear in larger numbers this summer due to warm temperatures and drought in the United States.
“All insects are cold-blooded, so they are breeding at extreme temperatures more rapidly, a result that appears more insects this summer than last year,” said Jim Fredericks, entomologist and expert on animal life of the National Pest Management Association on the network news.