If the object was stuck in your child's throat or esophagus, your doctor probably removed it. If your child swallowed the object, your doctor may have suggested that you wait and see if the object comes out in your child's stool. Most swallowed objects will pass through the body without any problem and show up in your child's. 22 Mar An incident involving a year-old boy who had a knife held to his throat and his bike stolen on his way home from school has shaken a school to its core. The Masterton Intermediate School [MIS] pupil, described as an "innocent, good kid and diligent student" by assistant principal Olivia Geange, was. It's uncommon for a child less than age 3 to get strep throat. Swollen neck glands. Strep throat is most common during late fall and winter. Pain during swallowing or pressing on the neck glands or having pain during coughing usually is not strep throat. No other symptoms besides sore throat and fever – strep throat usually.