A Child’s Nose Has A Foreign Object In It?
Hello. I want to ask n My child is 2 years old halfway, nDo 3 days, the nose has a foreign object, small beads, nThe solution is so the object can get out nDo it be possible to find it if it can’t be found or can’t come out forever? N nThank you.
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One of the things that must be considered when caring for children is, do not let you let any dangerous objects that are vulnerable to inhalation or inhalation near the reach of a child's hand, including beads. It may seem trivial, but the insertion of beads into the nasal cavity can also be dangerous, because these beads can be inhaled into the deeper respiratory tract causing airway obstruction. When it's like this, life is at stake.
Need to be clarified, are there any complaints that your child experiences after the insertion of the beads, for example in the form of coughing, shortness of breath, bluish face, vomiting, like choking, and so on?
If the beads are only stuck in one of the child's nasal cavities, often this condition is not dangerous. However, due to the entry of the beads, the child can become difficult when breathing, increased nasal mucus production, and can even experience nosebleeds. Because of these various complaints, children often become more fussy.
Although often not dangerous, given the fatal risks that can occur as mentioned above, we recommend that you still see your child to see a doctor or a pediatrician so that you can treat it further. If necessary, the doctor will conduct additional examinations, such as x-rays, rhinoscopy, endoscopy, laryngoscopy, and so on to determine the exact location of the beads now. Alternatively, the doctor can refer your child to a surgeon for further treatment if needed.
For now, it's best not to panic. Avoid giving drugs carelessly or taking other potentially dangerous actions to remove the beads from your child's body. So that the incident does not recur, avoid your child playing alone without adult supervision. Avoid dangerous objects are located in the reach of the child's hand.
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