Unfortunately, it may not always be obvious that your child has something in their nose. Depending on how far the toddler inserted the object into the nasal cavity, it might not be visible. Still, there are several signs, including nasal drainage, difficulty breathing through the affected nostril, bloody discharge, and irritability (particularly in infants).
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