Frack visited us after she had been gagging the night before every minute or two.
She presented to emergency where the gave her medication and sent her home.
Come morning Frack was still gagging every 20 min. Being that there was minimal improvement, she visited us and Dr Tony admitted her for examination under general anaesthesia.
Upon examination, we were able to see the grass which was caught up in the nasopharynx behind the soft palate.
We carefully needed to pull bit by bit in a downward action to prevent the grass from breaking (it was approximately 15cm long ?).
After removal, Frack had a non-eventful recovery.