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    Hi, back on Thursday, this may seem really odd but I accidentally flicked a Bluetooth USB adapoter into my mouth and before i could do anything, it went down my throat.
    Now, I feel fine, I'm breathing, eating and drinking ok and I cant feel no pain what so ever. My tonsils on my throat seem to have risen a little but apart from that I feel fine.
    Do you think its any cause for concern? I'm hoping it or would have already passed out.
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    Hi, back on Thursday, this may seem really odd but I accidentally flicked a Bluetooth USB adapoter into my mouth and before i could do anything, it went down my throat.
    Now, I feel fine, I'm breathing, eating and drinking ok and I cant feel no pain what so ever. My tonsils on my throat seem to have risen a little but apart from that I feel fine.
    Do you think its any cause for concern? I'm hoping it or would have already passed out.
    those contain many carcinogenic components dude-that's why its not recommended to eat them. unlucky dude
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    I know unlucky. I mean i'm not having any pain or nothing so I can only think that it has passed through or maybe it has already passed out.
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    (Original post by Jarred_Evans97)
    Hi, back on Thursday, this may seem really odd but I accidentally flicked a Bluetooth USB adapoter into my mouth and before i could do anything, it went down my throat.
    Now, I feel fine, I'm breathing, eating and drinking ok and I cant feel no pain what so ever. My tonsils on my throat seem to have risen a little but apart from that I feel fine.
    Do you think its any cause for concern? I'm hoping it or would have already passed out.
    You're feeling fine so you're probably okay, but problems with things like this can sneak up on you quickly. USBs have some relatively sharp points and could cause damage and internal bleeding if it moves the wrong way. I would call your drs surgery and ask to speak to a doc just to be safe.
    Also, I know it sounds gross, but you might want to check your stool so you know if and when it does come out.

    As you say though you may have already passed it given the time that has passed.
    Still, if you get any pains or notice anything else unusual speak to somebody quickly. You can call 111 at any time.

    Hope that helps and good luck
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    Hi thank you for your reply. Yeah as said I feel perfectly normal. My tonsils at back of my throat seem a little high but apart from that all is ok. Im sure if it was stuck I would be experiencing pain or breathing difficulties
 
 
 
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