Answer: It could be for a few reasons. A. The bodies norm is to swallow only chewed food, not swallow it whole, so when you swallow without chewing it might cause a gag reflex. B. If your tense about swallowing pills, it might suddenly surface as you try to swallow, tensing your throat, and stopping you from letting the pill down. For more information look at related links.
Answer: This depends on the chemical. An emetic may bring up the chemicals, and a lot of water may dilute them. For dangerous chemicals you may need to seek help immediately by calling 911 (or 999 in the UK).
Answer: omg! that happened to me today, so im gonna have a great answer for this. ok, so you swallow it and about 5 minutes later, you get a REALLY bad cramp. so what i recommend you do is, if youre in school you should talk to your teacher to go to the medical room and lay down. but, if your at home, you should eat something else to wear it down or just lay down and relax until you feel better. but, if after about an hour goes by and you still have a cramp, you might want to go to the clinic or see a doctor because you might need to go to emergancy. im serious, me and my friends were chewing gum at recess in a circle and were texting each other. and my friend was laughing so hard, she swallowed her gum and was rushed to emergency. im serious.
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