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Bone stuck in tongue, behind molar, near nasal passage, yellowness, raised bump. Will I be okay?

I believe I have a chicken bone stuck in the back of my tongue? Is this possible? First it was stuck way up behind my left molar, where the nasal passage joins. I squished water forcefully with a nasal sprayer, swallowed sideways.. seemed to work.. now it feels as though it has moved and is stuck into the back of my tongue.. way way back there. I see a raised hump, as though cells are raised.. they are whitish in colour; not red. Can you help?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
hello korybrown
This is not a thing you can diagnose or treat.
Go to an ENT specialist and get your Oral cavity and Pharynx checked by endoscopy or examination.
If there is a bone then it could be dangerous if it goes down and gets stuck up somewhere in food pipe.
See normally when we eat non vegetarian food the bone traumatizes the skin inside mouth and goes down or we spit it.But due to trauma there is pain and false feeling of bone piece in mouth.
But in your case if you have really seen the bone piece then you must go to doctor and get it removed before it goes down.
If you have not seen but just the feeling then ,,then also go to doctor and get yourself examined and you can take this---
Tab. Omeprazole +Domperidom two times a day half an hour before meals
Syp. Antacid gel 2 tsf two times a day half an hour before meals
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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