My 21 year old son said that a piece of pita chip got stuck in his wind pipe. But problems may arise when objects are stuck for a long time, are sharp, are magnetic or contain corrosive materials. a piece of candy wrap sled down my throat while eating a candy is there something that can help me vomit it out now it stuck on throat, it feels like it want to come out but I can't get it out. That's actually quite common. Thanks . Here's what you can try and when to seek medical attention. Answered in 4 minutes by: 11/7/2009. Category: Health. 17M 180cm 80kg, I was tearing off some plastic wrapping paper with my teeth and got some of the paper stuck in my throat (its similar to cling film).I can eat, drink and breathe normally it's just mildly annoying . Getting food stuck in the throat can be worrisome. Any help is appreciated Thanks. Close • Posted by. Anyways I swallowed by accident last night and it's stuck. Submitted: 10 years ago. Piece of plastic stuck in throat. Piece of plastic stuck in throat. Think of accidentally swallowing a large piece of candy. I tried throwing up and it didn't come out.
His voice got scratchy, throat felt irritated and felt like it was stuck in his lungs. Show More. I was chewing on a piece of plastic, tiny, like the size of a b.b from a bb gun. This may make you choke, cough, or gag. Complications can include tears in the esophagus (the tube that connects the mouth and stomach), movement of the object into the tissue of the esophagus, and infection. Doc needs to look: I'm wondering if you actually know that you ingested a piece of plastic or if you have looked in your throat, it is soar, and you see a white speck on one of your tonsils? But sometimes these things can get stuck in your throat or esophagus. But there are often ways to resolve the issue at home. 3 years ago. Share this conversation. This user has not yet been verified. If the latter is the case, we call that an "exudate" and it may be the start of a soar throat. When this happens, these areas can bleed or get infected. 11 minutes ago. Ask Your Own Health Question. Show Less. Sharp, long, or large objects can scratch or cut your throat, your esophagus, and your stomach if they get stuck or if they are swallowed. Let your doc take a peek. Some objects can cause more problems than others. Small magnets can pose a special problem.