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Swallowed a piece of meat, feels like something is stuck in right side of throat. Treatment?

hi there.... i have accidentally swallowed a large piece of meat before chewing , while i wasn t concentrating properly ... i am breathing fine and haven t got a problem eating or drinking.... but it feels like there s something on the right side of my throat it possible that its still there and has not gone down yet .... its about 30 minutes now ....
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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There are only two places where this piece of meat has gone.
It is either your stomach or your lungs.
Had it been your lungs,you would have been coughing violently.
The cause of some feeling in your throat seems to be due to scraping of mucosal lining of your throat
due to some hard portion of meat or due to some small portion of bone in the meat piece.
There is nothing to worry.
This throat feeling shall go away of its very soon and so nothing is to be done.
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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