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    toddler ate pea size of fece
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    An_242791 posted:
    Ok, my 2 year old toddler ate a approx. pea size of her BM. Unfortunately leaping into living room after her while crushing safety gate in process didn't stop her. I wash her mouth, brushed, rinsed, you name it. Anything else I can do???? Please help
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I'd call your pediatrician to see what they want you to do.
     
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon -

    Gross factor aside, I hope your pediatrician was able to assure you all is OK.

    Kids! Constantly challenging us. You can add to your resume - Able to leap safety gates in a crushing bound!

    What did your pediatrician say?

    Elizabeth


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