My eldest daughter is pretty good at going to the toilet, however she just accidentally pooped her pants whilst we were watering the garden. I was disturbed with the colour. I'll email daycare to see if they had any red foods ( she didn't at home) . Does it look like food red or blood red to you ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454401127.307337.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454401143.124264.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454401152.725134.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454401164.176302.jpg
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02-02-2016 18:19 #1
****graphic contains images of poo. Is this blood or a red food
02-02-2016 18:24 #2
It looks like something she has eaten to me.
It's not blood.
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02-02-2016 18:25 #3
Hard to say. Looks like it could be blood but when my dog has passed blood in stools before the texture of blood is more distinct from the normal poo whereas this looks to be more like same texture???
02-02-2016 18:28 #4
I was thinking food too but the spot on the knickers looked bloody rather than food stained. They do have Beetroot dips occasionally so hopefully I get a quick reply in the morning that they've just had that lol
02-02-2016 18:29 #5
My kids have had had red stains like that in their undies when they have eaten too much tomatoes and had poo sitting in their undies. If blood was going to come out red it wouldn't be inside the poo, it would come out in a gush after a poo or stain the outside. Don't ask me how I know this.
ETA - I think beetroot dip would be your culprit
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02-02-2016 18:31 #6Senior Member
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I think food too. It seems a little bit different to blood. Beetroot is terrible when it comes out lol.
02-02-2016 18:35 #7
Sorry about pics 😳
02-02-2016 18:37 #8Senior Member
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Hahaha - we wouldn't be mums if there weren't poo pics at some stage lol.
ETA. I have scrutinized so much poo. Never expected that before kids
02-02-2016 18:37 #9
Blood in poo tends to be brown (as it's usually been there a while before it makes it out).
You put a warning for graphic content, it's like "ugh, now I have to look!"
02-02-2016 18:39 #10
Yep blood in poo is dark brown or black as it's not fresh. So not blood
Don't worry, I took a photo of dd1s poo once to send to DH at work as I was so shocked how large it was I had to share with somebody lol
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