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I see, indeed this is a risk, and should be clearer that they are not for ears.
You should attend an urgent treatment centre or A&E to have this removed.
It is not urgent so can wait until tomorrow.
It can probably be removed in an Urgent Treatment Centre with some small forceps, and these are often quieter than an A&E.
Your option now is Accident and Emergency.
Yes, they should be able to, yes. If they cannot then they can book you with ENT to remove it under a microscope, but that is likely to be within a few days.
Not a problem, all the best.