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That would make sense. My sister also pointed out that things like exlax are not safe for pregnant women because they reallywill cause meconium due to the way your body digests it.
|Whereas the castor oil coats your intestines and is absorbed there if at all (since it's basically just an oil slick that makes things come on out ). I haven't googled it to see if that is indeed true about the commerical brand laxatives though.|
yeah, but i wonder if that has more to do with those babies just being past the due date and naturally releasing the meconium?
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