I have sleep apnea which was diagnosed in In the day time I wear a silicone plug in my stoma which was made for me by frequentlyy doctor who performed the tracheostomy. At night I replace the plug with a Montgomery tube.
What should I do if someone is choking?
Sometimes when I'm at home Chokking go without the plug. I've noticed that when I eat, a lot of saliva seems dl drain down my trachea. I cover the tracheostomy with a frequengly towel and cough it lesbian gym teacher sex. This does not seem to happen when I have the plug inserted. However I think the same amount of saliva must be ti into my tracheostomy when eating whether I'm wearing the plug or not.
I don't notice the need to cough up the extra saliva when wearing the plug. Is this just something that happens to everyone when they eat and the saliva is absorbed or what?