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Duracell,batteries. (Photo by: Newscast/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) DUBLIN - Doctors in Ireland had to remove 50 AA and other "cylindrical" batteries from the body of a 66-year-old woman who had swallowed them all on purpose, a recent article in the Irish Medical Journal says.When doctors at St.

Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin first examined the woman, they didn’t know exactly how many batteries she had swallowed and how many remained in her body.They were able to help her pass five AA batteries without surgical intervention, but x-rays showed 50 more large batteries were still there after three weeks of monitoring.

The woman began complaining of widespread abdominal pain and loss of appetite.Doctors decided to perform surgery on the woman’s abnormally swollen stomach and removed 46 batteries.

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