1 What objects do children put in their noses?
- School supplies such as pieces of plasticine or clay, eraser fragments, pieces of paper ...
- Everyday objects such as pieces of sponge, vegetables, stones, button batteries, small magnets, cotton ...
- Food such as nuts or seeds, or small vegetables (the leaf of a plant, a flower ...)
- Toys or objects related to the game, such as Lego pieces, marbles, magnetized pieces, game pieces ...
- Difficulty breathing properly through one of the nostrils
- Irritation, stinging, itching, and pain in the nose
- Repeated sneezing
- Bloody discharge
- Nasal bleeding
- Irritability and crying in babies and young children who still cannot express what is happening to them
- Foul smell in one of the nostrils or a foul-smelling nasal discharge
- Frequent bleeding from the same side of the nose
- Over the years, the object could end up destroying the nasal mucosa or calcifying, forming a rhinolith.