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Swallowed chicken bone accidentally. Have scratchy feeling. Suggest medication? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 05-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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User:hi XXXXXX
User:good evening
User:I've a query
Doctor:Please go ahead
User:I swallowed a small chicken bone accidently
User:had hard time pushing it down
Doctor:when was that?
User:it was happened last wednesday
Doctor:Did you see a doctor?
Doctor:Do you have pain or scratchy feeling even now?
Doctor:Are you able to swallow food
User:I don't have any pain
User:but i've scratchy feeling
User:but no scratchy feeling while having food
Doctor:Did you pass soft stool?
User:I'm able to swallow food and no pain during swallow
Doctor:I think the bone should have rubbed the mucosa of the food pipe
Doctor:IT might by a blunt injury
Doctor:but do not worry this would have healed by now
Doctor:You should take care of this to prevent further episodes
Doctor:You are just saved for this episode
Doctor:Take soft food and liquid food
Doctor:as often as you can
Doctor:That is the only advice
Doctor:Do you have any further queries?
User:shall I take any medicine to get ride of scratchy feeling
Doctor:Soft food
Doctor:YOu can take GELUSIL syrup
Doctor:Are you there
Doctor:Mucaine gel
Doctor:1 Tsp if you have the scratchy feel
Doctor:You can take MUCAINE gel instead of GELUSIL
Doctor:Seems to be some internet issue
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