If you happened to swallow a tiny Lego, a new study has found about how long it would take to find it in your excrement. Published recently in the Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health, the study looked at its six authors who all volunteered to swallow the head of a typical Lego figurine. Then they just waited and kept meticulously checking their poop. The authors found that, on average, it took 1.71 days to finally poop out the Lego, though one of the doctors never spotted their toy. But even with that issue, the study authors tell parents, "A toy object quickly passes through adult subjects with no complications. This will reassure parents, and the authors advocate that no parents should be expected to search through their child's feces to prove object retrieval."
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