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Some kids will seemingly eat anything, as long as it has no nutritional value and is objectively disgusting. What happens if your kid eats poop? Should you call poison control? Should you go to the doctor? Can you kiss your kid on the lips with confidence ever again? What is a parent to do when their kid ingests something as inedible as it is unfathomable?
For most babies, eating poop, or other non-food items is just part of natural and developmentally appropriate exploration. The lips, tongue, and face have the most nerve receptors in the body, after all. All a kid needs to do to get information about something is shove it in their pie hole, and even some scientists still consider tasting as a valid form of inquiry.
Mouse poop is dangerous. Dog poop is not. Baby poop is, well, likely to be consumed at some point and probably not a problem beyond it being very gross. What to Do: Watch for diarrhea, vomiting, and fever, which could occur within 30 minutes to 4 hours of ingestion.
Pot decriminalization is occurring in many states, and along with it a surge in tasty-looking but potent marijuana gummy bears. Because the dosage is hard to understand for legal weed, your best course of action is to call poison control. They are more interested in keeping your kid safe than narcing you out. Small amounts of various pet chow and treats will likely be harmless. However, experts have linked some pet food to salmonella outbreaks. This is an unsightly habit that many kids fall into. These things can be incredibly toxic to little systems. What to Do : Get poison control on the horn and make sure you snap a picture of the offending mushroom, berry, or plant in question to help the experts identify the risk.
Most bugs are nontoxic and are unlikely to cause any serious issues; dirt can actually be really healthy for little kids to consume. What to Do : Keep an eye on the kid. What to Do : Make sure you know the difference between spit-up and vomiting. If is eating his or her own vomit or simply vomiting a lot , you should call a pediatrician. For a smaller of children, eating non-food related things could be linked with developmental disabilities or early brain injury. In these children, the condition is called pica. You can differentiate pica from normal developmental exploration if you find that your kid persists in eating specific non-food stuff, despite attempts to curb the behavior.
There are basically two rules to follow:. A choking hazard? Most assuredly. But in small amounts, nothing to worry about. Things get a bit more complicated in suppressing the gag reflex way when it comes to organic inedibles, like poop.
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