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25 Mar 2008, 4:26 pm

My daughter had one of those poos that was everywhere in her diaper including in her vaginal folds and orifice. Will it come out or will I have to clean up in there? Poo can be nasty stuff and I'm guessing it's not good to have it up in there.



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25 Mar 2008, 4:53 pm

I'm guessing you'll have to clean it up! (Have boys, so I'm no expert.) Could give her a bath, too.



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25 Mar 2008, 5:04 pm

It is very important that it's completely cleaned out or it can cause infection. Your best bet is a baby bath. I don't think you have "go up" anywhere just soak her and clean front to back.



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25 Mar 2008, 5:05 pm

AHAHAHahahaha... I will never have kids


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25 Mar 2008, 5:07 pm

Best way is to start with baby wipes, and then follow with a nice, soapy bath.


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25 Mar 2008, 5:26 pm

give her a bath really well down there. the poop in the pee area can also put her at high risk for urinary tract infections due to the closeness of vagina to the urethra (pee hole) if she appears in pain or cries while peeing or pooping, call doctor/pediatrician.

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25 Mar 2008, 5:44 pm

a bath, you say?

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Yup. I called the pediatrician's office and they beat you to the punch. They suggest the same thing. Wash really well but gently down there.

gawd, she hates bath time.



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25 Mar 2008, 5:57 pm

digger1 wrote:
My daughter had one of those poos that was everywhere in her diaper including in her vaginal folds and orifice. Will it come out or will I have to clean up in there? Poo can be nasty stuff and I'm guessing it's not good to have it up in there.
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I am so sorry, but when I read this, I just laughed and laughed.

Awesome subject line to begin with, but after 2 sons, I had a daughter and I remember the first time she pooped like that. My brain exploded into, "ACK! IT'S A VA-JAY! WHAT DO I DO?!"

Now this shouldn't happen, being that I have one of my own, but after 2 boys and just minor surface wiping, I panicked.

I'm glad you got it figured out.

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25 Mar 2008, 6:40 pm

One of the joys of parenthood, I use to spray my daughter off in the kitchen sink, with the hand sprayer. it was why quicker, is safer then using a q-tip on a wiggly baby. wait until your babys diet is changing to more soilds, they can get impacted poo balls, that is really scary



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25 Mar 2008, 7:25 pm

WHoops .... my son was logged in and I posted.

Have deleted and will re-post in my name!

Smelena / Helen



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25 Mar 2008, 7:33 pm

AussieBoy wrote:
ivetastedflight wrote:

I am so sorry, but when I read this, I just laughed and laughed.
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Me too! :lol:

Sounds like you've got all the good advice you need.

I have 3 sons so don't know about girls.

However we had a nick-name for their big poos .... 'nut-crackers'. This is when the poo exploded round their nuts and penis.

I don't miss having my kids in nappies!

Helen

My little nephews would get it in there bellybuttons, it was all over the place



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25 Mar 2008, 7:41 pm

I've just had to re-post this in my name. My son was logged in and I posted in his name by accident

ivetastedflight wrote:

I am so sorry, but when I read this, I just laughed and laughed.
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Me too! :lol:

Sounds like you've got all the good advice you need.

I have 3 sons so don't know about girls.

However we had a nick-name for their big poos .... 'nut-crackers'. This is when the poo exploded round their nuts and penis.

I don't miss having my kids in nappies!

Helen



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25 Mar 2008, 7:43 pm

I am so effing glad I had a boy. Too many complications with girls :lol:


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27 Mar 2008, 12:19 pm

Hmm; this reminds me of how in France in some book this family was moving into this new home, and this guy was taking them on a tour of it, and the mother saw the bidet and asked, "What's that? Is it for washing the baby in?" "No, ma'am. It's for washing the baby out." :lol:



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30 Mar 2008, 6:23 pm

Okay, I'm sure this post wasn't supposed to be rib-splittingly funny...but it was.


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31 Mar 2008, 12:15 am

ROFLMAO! This whole thread is HILARIOUS!

I have 2 little girls(well, not so little any more) and I remember those poopies well! Haha! Hubby absolutely REFUSED to have anything to do with a mess like that!

LOL about the Nut-crackers! Hahahahaha! My little boy is 5 months old and BOY, he's presented us with a few of those as well! LOL!