A 5 year old girl from California had a 1.5 inch long safety pin stuck inside her nostril for nearly 6 months.
About half a year ago Khloe Russell started suffering from a constantly running nose. Katelyn, the mother of the 5 year old, who is residing with her kid in Hemet, California, US, took her child to various doctors and neither of them could determine the cause of the girl’s strange sickness. They thought it could be caused by a teeth-related problem or a sinus infection. However, the antibiotics the doctors prescribed didn’t do anything for the 5 year old as her nose kept running constantly with green and stinky gooey stuff.
Doctors couldn't figure out why 5-year-old Khloe Russell constantly had a runny nose. Six months later, a 1.5-inch-long safety pin came out of the Hemet girl's nostril. abc7.la/1T776jC
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Nearly 6 months passed before Katelyn’s brother came to visit and asked the kid to blow her nose. The girl blew out the shocking cause of her illness – a safety pin, which had been stuck there all this time. As it turned out, the kid had stuck the safety pin inside her nostril on her own. The 5 year old Khloe had thought that she had dropped the pin somewhere after playing with it and trying to figure out what to do with it, so she didn’t bother telling her mom that she had tried putting it up her nose. The pin was 1.5 inch long and it was black and nearly dissolved from all the secrets from the child’s runny nose.
Katelyn stated that ever since her daughter blew out the safety pin her condition has started to improve tremendously. The woman also shared that once the story broke out she has been receiving tons and tons of hate mail from various people accusing her of her poor parenting skills. Katelyn shared that she had no clue about the pin, because the girl never told her anything about it and the doctors never found it.