If the child swallowed more than one mouthful, is having symptoms, or if you are not positive of the exact substance or amount swallowed, call the Poison Center Hotline immediately at 800-222-1222. The call is free and confidential.
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Bubbles are minimally toxic. If your child ate bubbles, give them a few sips of water and watch for vomiting and loose stools. If your child experiences more than one episode of vomiting, call IPC at 1-800-222-1222.
There are usually no symptoms from eating bubbles, but your child may develop nausea, an episode of vomiting, and loose stools.
If your child is not having symptoms, give them a few sips of water and watch for vomiting. If your child experiences more than one episode of vomiting, call IPC at 1-800-222-1222.
Bubbles are essentially liquid soap, which contains nonionic and anionic surfactants.
Bubbles are minimally toxic, but may cause mild irritation to the stomach or intestines.
If your child has gotten this substance in his or her eyes, please view our eye exposure information.
Don't hesitate to call the Poison Helpline.