I think if you had inhaled it into your trachea you would be coughing uncontrollably and already have gone to the ER.
Which leads me to think that it's stuck in your throat, which is uncomfortable but probably not too bad.
It is designed to dissolve, and a warm drink might help.
BTW, IF you inhale something into your breathing system, do not EAT anything, cause surgery would be in order to clear it from your airway, and food isn't a good idea before surgery.
Hope everything is coming up roses by now.
Hey, isn't it the KIDS who are supposed to inhale and swallow strange things?
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