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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Octo-Mom Says Son "Fine" After ER Visit--All The Details

Jul. 18 2009, Published 2:35 p.m. ET

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Nadya Suleman returned home Friday night with her two-year-old Caleb, after a trip to the emergency room, and told exclusively that "He'll be perfectly fine."

Nadya explained that the toddler "ingested an unknown substance," and that she called 911 because she wanted to be safe.

The Octo-Mom said that Caleb is "perfect," and that he will not need medicine or a return visit to the hospital.

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Enterting her home Friday night, Suleman carried Caleb into the house and met with two hospital social service workers for about 15 minutes. They left the home after brief interviews with Suleman and her nannies, and took no action. 

At 4:36 PT Friday paramedics were called to the Octo-Mom's house and transported Caleb to St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Fullerton, Ca. as a precautionary measure, releasing him at 10:45 p.m.

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While Nadya and Caleb were at the hospital her other children, including the octuplets, remained at home under the care of their nannies. The octpulets will be six months old on July 26, 2009.

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