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    Default It's me again... My baby put bird poo in his mouth

    My 16 month old put bird poo in his mouth 2 days ago, DH saw it and got it out, but now this evening he's started to vomit.

    Could it be related or do u think it's probably just a bug like gastro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    My 16 month old put bird poo in his mouth 2 days ago, DH saw it and got it out, but now this evening he's started to vomit.

    Could it be related or do u think it's probably just a bug like gastro?
    It's too long after to be related. Probably just gastro or he ate too much. If it was bird poo related it would have been within 6-24hrs

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    My 12mth old did this a few weeks ago. I saw her and tried to fish it out but she was determined! She was fine. How bad is the vomiting?

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    He's vomited twice this evening. The first one was small, probably only about 20ml and the 2nd was basically all his dinner. He was very fussy at dinner and wouldn't eat, I thought maybe it was because the potato bake may have been a bit salty, so I gave him mashed sweet potato which he also wasnt keen on, then I offered him yoghurt which he ALWAYS eats, and he rejected that too so I gave up. 10 mins later he did his first vomit.

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    I would seek medical advice/attention just in case.

    My DH said bird poo can potentially contain some nasty bacteria/diseases.

    Whatever the case I hope he feels better soon.


 

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