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Food entered wind pipe
Today while having lunch I doubt some food went to windpipe as I had to cough, Is it dangerous?? And what to do now?
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Don't talk while eating ,if a big food particle enters wind pipe it's dangerous please take consultation with pulmonologist if you have difficulty in breathing or cough
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Supper.
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You will live.
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Coughing is a protective reflex to avoid anything going into the trachea. I'm sure you are fine.
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God have given a unique protective mechanism known as Cough. Its a forceful expulsion of contents against closed glottis.
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