5-year-old girl suffers from runny nose for 6 months after pushing safety pin up her noseBy Mason White 11:57 AM March 3, 2016
By: Chan Yuan
(Scroll down for video) A little girl in California, got rid of her runny nose after blowing out a safety pin from her nose.
Katelyn Powell of Hemet, said that her daughter, 5-year-old Khloe Russell, began suffering from a runny nose about six months ago.
Powell took her daughter to several doctors who thought that she suffered from a sinus infection. Russell was given antibiotics, but they did not work.
Powell and her daughter even went to a dentist, but the runny nose continued. On Saturday, Powell’s brother came by her home for a visit.
At some point, he told the girl to blow her nose very hard.
Suddenly, the safety pin just came out of her nose. The one and a half inch long safety pin was black and partially disintegrated.
Russell said that around six months ago, she found the safety pin on the floor. She stuffed it into her nose to see how far it would go.
She then thought that she dropped the pin, but it became lodged in her nose. Since the safety pin came out, the runny nose stopped.