I have a 5 year old daughter who is overweight and has a swollen abdomen. She had a big stomach since the day she was born. All I remember seeing was head, stomach and backside. When she was 1 she was diagnosed with having asthma, and was put on albuterol and pedisone(only when it got really bad). I believe the pedisone blew her up to the point she is now. She hasn't had a asthma attack this winter(thank God). So, she hasn't had any treatments at all last year or this year but her body is still big and her abdomen is swollen and I want to know what I can do to help her lose the stomach. Its hard to buy her clothes and I always have to go 2 sizes up so clothes fit around her stomach. I don't put junk food in my home and if I do bring it in its considered a treat. Please help me. I'm doing everything possible but it doesn't seem like enough and I feel so guilty.
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