My 17-month-old baby girl has a very acute problem of not liking food. From the time of her birth she has not liked food not even milk at all even after trying different types and consistencies, from breakfast to dinner. Whenever she sees food she will start coughing and then ultimately vomit. Even after undergoing a full battery of tests including barium swallow, endoscopy (which have all been absolutely normal), and a list of antiemetics including ondansetron the doctors have not been able to find out a diagnosis. But she is not dehydrated and is a very happy and playful child. Her oromuscular functions are excellent, she can chew things which she likes to pick from the ground but not food. She has very poor weight gain and as a result she is a bit developmentally delayed. At 17 months she can walk holding furnitures and holding the wall and the pushing cart but not independently. Other milestones are normally achieved at their appropriate times. Am very worried. Is there anyone who can help me out.:(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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