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Glycerine suppository inserted to vagina accidentally, brown discharge, in one year old child

What happens if glycerin suppository inserted to vagina accidentally?? it happened when my girl was 5 months old.. no bleeding happened she just passed urine at that time.. but now when she is a year old today i noticed a brown discharge today in her undies i dont knw if it is a vaginal discharge or a stool ( she is having loose motions these days)..
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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The incident of glycerine suppository insertion took place more than 7 months back. As there was no problem at that time, the brown discharge has nothing to do with it. Since you mention that she is having loose motions, it is most likely the passage of mucus with motion which is giving the brown discharge. It shall be better to get it examined pathologically to know the exact nature.

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Answered: Sat, 26 May 2012
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