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What happens if glass gets stuck in your esophagus?

What happens if glass gets stuck in your esophagus?

If the small pieces of glass were smooth, they will probably go right through you system without any problems. However, if they are sharp pieces than could get stuck and tear your esophagus, tear your stomach lining causing internal bleeding or in your intestine as well.

What happens if you eat a piece of glass?

If the glass is big or sharp enough to hurt you, you will know: it will be painful (cramping), blood in the stool and possibly fever. Death is neither immediate nor likely unless you have ingested large quantities or pieces. Antibiotics will treat most infections resulting from any cuts or tears.

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If the small pieces of glass were smooth, they will probably go right through you system without any problems. However, if they are sharp pieces than could get stuck and tear your esophagus, tear your stomach lining causing internal bleeding or in your intestine as well.

If the glass is big or sharp enough to hurt you, you will know: it will be painful (cramping), blood in the stool and possibly fever. Death is neither immediate nor likely unless you have ingested large quantities or pieces. Antibiotics will treat most infections resulting from any cuts or tears.

What happens if you swallow a piece of plastic?

Depends on the nature, size and shape of the swallowed object. Plastic material per se doesn’t cause much of a problem but its size matters. If it is smooth and small, there is often a chance of passage by itself. But the patient is closely observed. Most often it passes off per via naturalis ( anal route) in a day or two.