No. It isn't safe for a child to swallow anything that isn't food.
yes it can!
Call poison control center
If your child can't swallow lumpier foods, they may have oral apaxia. It is ideal to see a doctor to work these problems out so that they can eat.
Gravity and weight. The washcloth is heavier than the water and gravity pulls it down.
The plural form of the noun 'swallow' is swallows.Examples:Some swallows had built their nests under the overhang of the barn.He finished off his cup of tea in two swallows.The word 'swallow' is also a verb: swallow, swallows, swallowing, swallowed.
It appears that you can get trichomoniasis from sharing a washcloth with someone who is infected. This isn't true of other STDs.
First get a real wet washcloth and a bar of soap then put the soap on the washcloth and rub it on the pig SIMPLE AS THAT!!!!
It would be highly unlikely to catch chlamydia from a washcloth. Chlamydia can only live for a few minutes outside your body.
If the washcloth contains HIV and it comes into contact with an unhealed wound or ones genital fluids, yes.