Their is nothing to panic about. On reading your case history , i would like to inform you that in cases with history of ingestion / inhalation of foregin bodies patients are likely to have coughing, hoarseness
, and shortness of breath
from an object in the trachea or voice box area, but also might have swallowing difficulty from pressure on the esophagus
. A chest radiograph
(CXR) is invariably requested. This may provide clues to the diagnosis . If nothing is detected in the radiograph their are chances that you might be suffering from a throat infection
and the treatment will be henceforth advised.