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Objects in the Nose - Check Your Symptoms

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If you have a nosebleed after you have removed an intact object from your nose, go to the topic Nosebleeds.

Is a disc battery stuck in the nose? Disc batteries are found in toys, calculators, hearing aids, cameras, and watches.

Is an object or part of an object stuck in the nose after attempts to remove it?

Do you think you have an infection after an object has been removed from the nose?

Do you have mild to moderate difficulty breathing after removing an object from the nose?

If a visit to a health professional is not needed immediately, see the Home Treatment section for self-care information.

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Last Updated: March 18, 2013
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