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Feeling of obstruction in throat, pain in tummy and belly button. What should be done?

Hi i brought a knor packet sauce cooked it and started eating it and found 2 staples, as i was eating i found something hard in my chicken and just swallowed it as thought it was a piece of bone but am worried now that it was another staple. My throat feels like i have something stuck in my throat and had a pain in my tummy, went to bed and woke up feeling rubbish sore throat and achy i also have a pain under my belly button what should i do?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
You should not worry .
But consult a doctor .
you need to get done X ray of neck AP and Lateral, and Chest with Abdomen in standing position.
The X rays will tell you whether you have swallowed the pins or not.And if swallowed then where are they.If X ray facility is not available then for neck you can get done Flexible scopy which can tell if the pin is visible.
In doubt do reply
Answered: Wed, 27 Nov 2013
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