Doctors Find Brown Recluse Spider in Woman's Ear After She Complains of 'Swooshing' Sound
1 month ago - By Health
Getting water in your ear after swimming is uncomfortable-but it's a whole lot better than finding out a poisonous spider moving around in there.
Unfortunately, that's what happened to Kansas City resident Susie Torres, who woke up last week to a “swooshing” noise in her left ear. “It was like when you went swimming and you have all of that water in your ear," Torres told Fox3KC .
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