If your baby swallows a coin do not panic, do these 3 things to get the coin out

Babes are innocent people and due to the fact that they are still young and do not know their left from their right and what is good for them or them they usually end up hurting themselves.

Coin choking is one of the most common situations children may find themselves in as they play with coins and bottle crown corks.

Parents sometimes get too busy house hold chores and may leave their children to play on their own thereby getting the chance to do dangerous things which may not be good for their health .

In this article we will learn how to prevent and save children who by whatsoever means swallowed coins or small objects and got choked.

First of all to notice your child has swallowed a coin or a small object they usually salivate constantly and have faint voices when yelling out their usual mama or dada tone .

Also your baby may constant yell out a cry while touching his chest or neck which you should study and become alert to know there is something stuck in their throat .

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Now to the point if your baby swallows a coins mostly a smooth one which is not sharp there is very low chances of it hurting him.

It will freely move down their oesophagus so you will have to give the child two tea spoons of vegetable oil which trigger the baby to vomit as so bringing out the coin in the process .

Also after you have given the baby the spoons of oil you should encourage them to visit the toilet and try force to defecate the coin will freely come out .

More to the point if you act swiftly and timely you may be able to remove the coin from your baby throat either with your hand or by the help of a magnet attached to a string . 

Please endeavor to share this article with your friends and family to save a life of a baby thanks for reading .

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