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Fish bone stuck in throat. Prescribed voveran tablet. X-ray, endoscopy shows no foreign objects. Cure?

Iam 56. Yesterday i ate Fish.One of the bones stuck in my throat causing severe vomitting , no breathing problem.but severe pain.i went to hospital. met an ENT doctor.took an X-Ray .but there are no foreign objects in my throat.Doctor s said. Then Did Endoscopy orally by spraying some anaesthetic.Nothing was there.Doctor prescribed Voveran tablet.But till now the pain continous severely.I have Diabetic for the past 12 years.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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If x-ray and endoscopy has not shown the presence of fish bone,it means it is not there. 
The symptoms of pricking sensation and pain are due to the lacerations and micro tears in mucosa of throat. 
Had the fish bone been in your lungs,you would have had breathlessness and bouts of violent coughing. 
Wait and you shall see the symptoms disappearing over the next few days as the damaged mucosa gets healed. 
No treatment is required at the moment. 
Answered: Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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