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... far better to be safe than sorry. DH choked on some food last year and had a little bit of it stuck in his lung overnight. ... (1 replies)
... hi, I am suffering a lung condition that remains undiagnosed 8 yrs. I recently read an article about aspriation of food and foriegn particles into lung - DO NOT GIVE UP, Lungs dont heal well, scar tissue stays forever - get to a doctor that will listen to you and get this taken care of before more damage is done to your lungs; here is a link to the article I read - do some... (1 replies)
... it can be dangerous. its called aspirating and if you do it enough you could get pneumonia. im not sure if you inhaled enough to do any major damage, so i advise you to find out some more information i would not worry too much at the moment though (1 replies)

... a few crumbs. normally it wouldn't bother me, but one of the crumbs was like the size of a pea. i feel fine, but i'm a little worried about this. what happens to food and water that get inhaled? ... (1 replies)
... cat allergy will send me straight to the ER room with swollen lungs in about 20 minutes. I even live in fear of people in public that have pet hair on their clothing, it's just that bad. ... (5 replies)


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