Treatment For Sore Throats After Swallowing Medicine Packages?
I took the medicine, but the wrap took me to the doctor too, I was in the rongen, in the same area in the area, it didn’t look like 1 month, I felt until now I felt very much in my throat. The doctor said that I had to get surgery for 2 days. the oasis should be on my neck?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tear of a medicine wrap, be it made of paper or plastic, it should not be a problem if swallowed, even though it shouldn't be swallowed.
If there is a torn medicine package that is swallowed, the tear will be digested by the digestive system and if it is an indigestible material, it will come out with the faeces in the same form as when you swallowed it. For comparison, a lot of people who use stirrup or braces that have a metal base and then swallow it is swallowed, but do not experience any problems in digestion until the pieces of stirrup come out with the feces.
So in fact we still don't understand why until you planned the operation. Even for X-ray checking, it is only natural that it cannot be read because the drug packaging does not have enough density to be detected by the X-ray. X-rays will usually read larger, denser objects such as bones, buttons, coins and so on, not small pieces of medicine wrap. And you also mentioned checking with the camera but it was not seen, this could be because it was already swallowed, especially the distance was one month.
Therefore, it seems that there is a lot of information that we don't know yet that can make this case very vulnerable to misunderstanding. We suggest that if you still want a more valid second opinion, you should consult your problem with the ENT doctor at another hospital. Tell us your complaint from the beginning why the tear is bothering you so much now as if you have never checked yourself before. And if in the end the advice given by your new doctor is the same as the old one, then chances are that it is the best way out for you. So, hopefully answering your question.