A 31-year-old man with headache and headache from Coventry County was treated twice for left-ear infection, but these procedures did not help him.
When he suddenly collapsed and lost consciousness, the hospital decided to conduct a more thorough examination and only then was a life-threatening brain infection observed.
Because of her husband not only complained about pain, but also gradually becoming harder to hear, disorder and memory – the patient even began to forget the names of the closest people.
An operation was needed to remove the infection and it was successfully performed.
The patient, whose name has not been revealed, has been treated by a doctor, Alexander Charlton, who claims that a piece of sticky cotton wool in his ear has caused an infection that has spread to the skull and from bone to brain.
Certainly, according to the medical version, a piece of cotton wool remained in the patient's ear for several years.
Doctor Charlton assures that a healed man does not use a handkerchief to clean his ears.