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Constipation in infants and children
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This piece contains language which some might find offensive. In parts of the world blessed with effective, modern sanitation, it's widely understood that poo belongs inside a person, or a toilet. But if you follow the news, you might have noticed an abundance of stories about "serial poopers": people who brazenly defecate in public, leaving shock and, well, turds in their wake. The latest case involves a businessman from Brisbane, Australia, who has been charged with creating a public nuisance after reportedly fouling the same private path up to 30 times. Are tales like these down to unfortunate medical conditions? Or is public pooing an extreme act of rebellion?
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If your child has bowel movements BMs in places other than the toilet, you know how frustrating it can be. Parents might assume that kids who soil their pants are misbehaving or too lazy to use the bathroom when they have the urge to go. They have a problem with their bowels that dulls the normal urge to go to the bathroom. So they can't control the accidents that usually follow. At first, parents may think their child has a simple case of diarrhea.
If the child swallowed more than one mouthful, is having symptoms, or if you are not positive of the exact substance or amount swallowed, call the Poison Center Hotline immediately at The call is free and confidential. Usually no symptoms occur after a small ingestion of human or animal feces. Rarely nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or low-grade fever may occur hours to days after ingestion. If your child is not having any symptoms, give a few sips of water and watch for the symptoms described above.