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Pooing Lego to help parents

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Doctors swallowed and pooed Lego, to stop parents worrying about their children swallowing it. Based on their findings, it took an average of 1.7 days for the Lego to pass out of their system and that if their children should swallow something as small as a Lego head to not worry and just monitor their poo before rushing to the ER.
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Oh come on! A lego head?! Let’s at least be brave and throw a 2x4 down the hatch. Rounded edges are for pansies!!
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Bet they were shitting bricks!!!
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Would be impressed if they had swallowed a few pieces and they had come out correctly joined together.
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Love that these doctors would do anything for science!
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Pretty sure the main concern a parent has when a child swallows a small object is that it can be stuck in the airway.
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hello?
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Why take the chance that every child that swallowed a Lego didn't have a problem. It only. takes one.
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Children also put these things in their ears and up their noses.
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“Mama, please can we talk? It’s about this piece of Lego in my tummy. I really need it Mama! I really need it to complete my model!” 😂 My teenager, when he was six.
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If you ever thought stepping on them was bad, wait until you try to pass one. Better lay of the spicy curry for a few days, doc.
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