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My daughter had two of the toys that have been recalled due to high lead. I read the article last night and got rid of the toys. She slept with them, and took many baths with them. When I threw them away I noticed that a lot of the paint had come off, most likely in the bathwater that she was sitting in.

I'm really scared. I'm calling her doctor tomorrow to schedule a lead test.
 

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you may want to contact a naturopath. some work with gentle ways of eliminating heavy metals in our youngsters.
love and light.
 

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We just got the blood test back. Her lead came back as 1. There is no way to know if she had exposure from the toy because her last two tests, at 9 months and 2 years were a lot less sensitive. The first one only detected levels over 5.6
and the second one could only detect anything over 2.

This is the most sensitive lead test she's had, and it came back as 1, so I'm relieved.
 
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