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dd is really doing watery poo but we have been invited to a xmas party this afternoon.

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DEPECHEMODEFANISBACK Sat 04-Dec-10 12:31:37

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belgo Sat 04-Dec-10 12:32:49

No don't take her.

Even if she is better, the party food will only make her ill again. And you don;t want to risk making anyone else ill.

DEPECHEMODEFANISBACK Sat 04-Dec-10 12:38:35

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PlentyOfParsnips Sat 04-Dec-10 12:40:06

I don't think I'd take her. Loose poo can be from eating crap but watery poo sounds like a bug to me. Parties usually involve sharing food too so the possibilities for cross-infection are quite high. Also, whatever the cause of the tummy upset, she could probably do without rich party food until she's better.

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