Foreign Objects Enter The Nose And Into The Digestive Cavity?
.. My child has a nose in a stuffed eye with a mica shape, a flat shape … I have tried to 4 hospitals to treat it but the result is zero. . This 4th hospital is an object that is stuck from visible to invisible on the nose camera … Then where does the foreign object come out of the nose into the digestive or breathing cavity? Or is it still stuck in the deepest nose?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, is your child currently experiencing certain complaints, such as tightness, coughing, vomiting, hard stomach, difficulty defecating, difficult to defecate, weak, very fussy, and so on? Since when did the doll's eyes enter his nose?
Eyes of the doll, if it enters the nasal cavity of a small child it will indeed be difficult to remove. This doll's eyes can clog the nasal cavity, making it difficult for children to breathe, and various symptoms of inflammation, such as runny nose, itching, pain, nosebleeds, and so on. Furthermore, if the doll's eyes are no longer visible from the nasal cavity, there are likely to be many, namely:
The doll's eyes have come out unnoticed. The doll's eyes are swallowed into the digestive tract, can come out with feces later, but can also clog the digestive tract and make the child difficult to defecate, difficult to defecate, vomit, stomach ache and harden the doll's eyes inhaled into the airways, can cause inflammation of the lungs (pneumonia) or even a very deadly airway obstruction This condition is certainly only confirmed by direct examination. And without checking your child directly, it is difficult for us to determine whether the puppet's eyes have come out, or cause interference with your child's digestive tract and breathing.
If at this time there is no complaint whatsoever that your child has experienced, and the doctor who examined it said that there are no more dangerous conditions to worry about, often your child's condition is not dangerous. However, if you are still in doubt, do not hesitate to have your child re-examined by a doctor or ENT doctor.
I hope this helps.