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DD2 (10m) has eaten poo :(

(6 Posts)
BubbaAndBump Tue 01-Sep-09 07:04:56

Do I need to panic?

Besom Tue 01-Sep-09 07:10:05

I take it it's her own poo? I think she'll be OK. If you're worried you could phone NHS Direct for advice.

BubbaAndBump Tue 01-Sep-09 07:14:55

Nope. Her sister's

Besom Tue 01-Sep-09 07:17:09

Phone and ask, just to put mind at rest or see if anything you should do.

kreecherlivesupstairs Tue 01-Sep-09 12:52:20

DD did this, we were living in Oman and she and her friend were mooching around the garden in the nude, matey boy dropped a couple of balls out and DD picked one up, looked at it and stuck it in her gob. Initially me and boy's mum were laughing at the sight of him crouching and grunting, laughter turned to nausea when girl performed. She wasn't hurt by the experience and still has a strong bond with boy.

BubbaAndBump Tue 01-Sep-09 18:16:42

Glad to know others have done it (and survived)! Still gross though, feel very bad blush

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