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Hello everyone, today I woke up with a sore throat and possibly a beginning sinus infection. Yesturday morning I was eating oatmeal wih peanut butter mixed in and when I was eating I remember feeling like a small piece of the oatmeal w/ PB accidently was accidently breathed in. I coughed and I wasn't sure if I coughed it out or not.
Now I have woken up the very next day with this. Could it be related
I don't have a cough or coughed anything up today.
You would definitely have a cough and possible shortness of breath. If you are not coughing, then I doubt you have inhaled anything. You may want to visit your doctor for your possible sinus infection though. Take care.
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