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Had fish and fish bone was struck in throat. Having pain and irritation in throat. Suggest the diet? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 22-Sep-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hi doctor.. this is wife
User:i ate fish this noon... a small fish bone got struck in my throat
User:i swallowed rice ball, ate small XXXXXXX ..
User:but still i could feel some pain and irritation in my throat
User:feel that bone is still there
Doctor:Small bone that is stuck in the throat usually gets dissolved or pass down to the throat.
Doctor:However the irritation and prick which occurs in the throat can persists for some time.
Doctor:In this case, it would be difficult to predict if the bone has still stuck there or the irritation is just due to initial trauma caused.
User:ok.. will it get moved automatically
User:or should i do some home remedies to make it move
Doctor:I would suggest you to wait for a day and see how your symptoms are tomorrow.
User:ok.. wat food can i eat
Doctor:If the irritation is still the same, see an ENT specialist.
User:ok doctor..
Doctor:He can examine the throat and confirm if the bone has passed down or still stuck there.
Doctor:If it is stuck, he can remove that with sophisticated instruments.
User:can i eat some more bananas..
Doctor:Yes, continue eating banana.
Doctor:Avoid any hard and spicy food.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:ok.. thanks doctor...
User:no other query...
User:wat other foods can i eat to make the bone move
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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