My 7 year old daughter hasn't been eating a lot since starting a pretty high dose of Concerta. That's been normal for her for the past 2 years, and she has not really lost a lot of weight. Recently, she is complaining that when she goes to swallow food, it feels like it is going to get stuck in her throat. She is breathing normal and swallowing liquids with no problem. She doesn't have a sore throat or any other symptoms. The doctor told me that she is causing herself to feel this way because maybe she felt like she was going to choke, and scared herself. So now she is scared to swallow more solid foods. She's been drinking lots of smoothies, etc., but she needs to gain some weight back. She can't drink milk because she is allergic to it, so I need sme more ways to fatten her up with liquids. Please help! When will she start eating soild foods again?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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