Just now I gave my child a milk tablet and didn't chew it. It was in my mouth. When it wasn't too big, I swallowed it as soon as I spoke, but it got stuck in my throat. I couldn't stick it down and it didn't affect my breathing. It's just uncomfortable. What should I do
Well, first of all, how are the children? Do you have shortness of breath? Three concave sign, that is, supraclavicular fossa, facial cyanosis and so on? If you're sure you don't get angry again, it should be no problem. It's probably the throat and esophagus. If you look at this, you can give your child some water and have a look, because this kind of appropriate later stage will soften itself and should be able to pass through the esophagus smoothly.
The two-year-old child didn't chew milk tablets and get stuck in his throat. If there is an uncomfortable phenomenon, he should go to the hospital for examination in time, or eat steamed bread or drink cold water. This should also alleviate some problems.
This kind of milk tablets, jelly, small candy, etc. should not be eaten by children as far as possible. It is easy to get stuck and dangerous. Now it's OK that it doesn't affect breathing. You can only drink more water to dissolve and buffer the water. Pay attention to whether it affects breathing. If you can't drink water, learn likheim first aid to help discharge. You can learn online. There are many videos to teach online.